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We went on as a family - daughters 12 and 9 - and nine if us had any experience of mountain biking. The tracks are all colour coded and though we took the easiest ones our youngest found it initially tough. However, over time we...More
Well maintained bike trails for all levels
Awesome scenic route down the mountain to the town. The shuttle was great to fat and
Help with the bikes.
Excellent way to get exercise and have an amazing time with fsmoky.
The Mammoth Mountain Bike Park is a blast! There are trails of all levels here and the fun is endless especially with the weather is right.
Traveler Tip: Always bring extra clothes, both for temperature and protection. Plus you will want something clean to change...More
The downhill trails are generally very loose pumice, but also include very good flow and hard core expert downhills. But when riding two way traffic trails, as an uphill rider, there are inevitable user conflicts as a few of the LA crowd are rude and...More
Over 3,000 verticals feet and 80 miles of single track trails, this is the place to 'man up' and get 'bugs in your teeth' enjoying the magnificent biking trails.
There are trails for beginners in the Discovery Park and heart stopping trails for experts off...More
We were going to ski but the open slopes were all advanced/ intermediate and we have one who hadn't skied before. Last minute decision to rent mountain bikes ( my husband, 15 and 23 year old). Everyone enjoyed the trails and the easy shuttle back...More
Bring your mountain bike and sense of adventure. This is one of the underrated activities at Mammoth for most visitors who come mainly in the snow months. That makes it prime for everyone else! It's not too crowded and the trails - including single track-...More
The top of the mountain can be windy and will be cooler. Wear layers like a shirt and sweatshirt, hoodie, or sweater, something you can remove if you get too hot. Wear pants and closed toed shoes. When we were there in... More
The top of the mountain can be windy and will be cooler. Wear layers like a shirt and sweatshirt, hoodie, or sweater, something you can remove if you get too hot. Wear pants and closed toed shoes. When we were there in June, we wore shorts but it still gets cool at night. Have fun.