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A tourist couple enjoying skiing


Call it a safety measure or your choice to have some “me time” post the pandemic, Solo travelling is surely one thing that you would like to do. Attributable to the various outdoor recreation activities Mammoth Lakes is a naturally socially distant destination Mammoth Lakes, California with diverse experiences is the perfect answer for your solo trip.

You never really travel alone, Mammoth Lakes is full of friends waiting to get to know you! Surrounded by the highest peaks in the west, it’s a land of outdoors and adventure lovers, who take to the slopes of signature Mammoth Mountain and nearby June Lakes resorts in winter, then take to the trails when the snow melts to fly-fish in clear mountain streams, hike and mountain bike through wildflowers in high alpine meadows, and dip into natural hot springs.

Getting to Mammoth Lakes

Tourists jumping on Mammoth lakes

Bears in Youshmite national park.jpg Mammoth Lakes may be tucked away in the Eastern Sierra, but this alpine community is surprisingly accessible. There are plenty of options for travel to Mammoth Lakes that make getting here easy and affordable. Whether you choose to fly to Mammoth Yosemite Airport, located just 10 minutes from town, or drive via the scenic Hwy. 395, you’ll be out of the city and on your way to mountain adventures faster than you might expect.

You’re never out of things to do at Mammoth Lakes

Outdoor Adventures

Adventure is available year-round in Mammoth Lakes. Outdoor adventure activities in Mammoth Lakes is a great way to enjoy a quiet moment in nature as a solo traveller. During winter you can ski and snowboard Mammoth Mountain or take off into the wilderness on your cross country skis. When spring hits, you can ski and also celebrate the fishing opener on the same day. The summer melts away the snow, opening roads to Devils Postpile National Monument, 101-foot Rainbow Falls and the gateway to Yosemite National Park

Some claim autumn is the best season because you get all of the sightseeing of summer plus spectacular fall colors and fewer visitors. From Hiking, Kayaking and Paddle-Boating to Skiing and Snowshoeing you’re guaranteed to have an adventure packed vacation. There’s nothing quite like camping in Mammoth Lakes. The Mammoth Lakes area is home to more than 800 campsites, many of them located near alpine lakes and in forested streamside settings.

Gateway to Yosemite National Park

A mother bear with her cubs at Yosemite National park

abandoned-car-at-ghost-town-bodie.jpg Located just 45 minutes north of Mammoth Lakes, Yosemite National Park is one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders. From soaring peaks and towering waterfalls to tranquil lakes and ancient forests, Yosemite offers a variety of breathtaking natural beauty for an unforgettable adventure.Yosemite is easy to access from Mammoth Lakes, and together they make a great pairing on any outdoor enthusiast’s itinerary. To get there from Mammoth Lakes during summer and fall, take the Tioga Pass State Highway 120 to the eastern gate into Yosemite National Park.

Yosemite Area Regional Transit (YARTS) offers transportation for visitors who would prefer to travel by bus from outlying communities into Yosemite Valley. For a reasonable fare, you can purchase round-trip tickets for the scenic ride into the park. The bus typically runs from June through September when Tioga Pass (Hwy. 120) is open. Weekend service is available in June and September with daily trips to and from Yosemite in July and August.

Explore a Real Ghost Town- Mono County

An abandoned car at Ghost town - Mono County

yog256a.jpg Bodie State Historic Park is a genuine California gold-mining ghost town located in Mono County. Once a thriving town with a population of 10,000, only a small portion of the town survives today. What is left of the town of Bodie are preserved in a state of “arrested decay” — interiors remain as they were left, stocked with goods and exteriors are maintained only enough to keep the buildings as close to the way they were when the area was designated a National Historic Site and State Historic Park in 1962.

The history of Bodie is vibrant and colorful and the town’s legacy as a Wild West icon is everlasting. With a diverse population close to 10,000 at the town’s peak in 1880, industrious miners and successful businessman rubbed shoulders with notorious gunfighters and nefarious gamblers. From the tales of the initial discoverer, whose life ended tragically, to the development of electrically powered gold mines and vicious gunfights, the story of Bodie is sure to interest all members of a group or family.

Relaxation and Wellness

Tourists taking yoga class at Mammoth Lakes

yosemite-grill-dining.jpg After a day of outdoor adventure, relax and unwind with a massage at a local spa, or stretch your legs in a yoga class. Mammoth Lakes is a great place to exercise your body, but it’s also a wonderful place to clear your mind and nurture your soul. Find peace and balance amidst the beauty of your surroundings. Inhale the fresh air and really soak in the bounty that Mother Nature has provided as far as the eye can see. Local spas offer a full menu of services, from massages and waxing to facials and more. Fitness classes range from meditative yoga to high-energy spin classes and everything in between. If you are visiting in the summer, make sure to try an incredible outdoor yoga class either at Mammoth Creek Park or even on a stand-up paddleboard!

Delectable Food and Fun Entertainment

The fun never stops at The Village at Mammoth. Summer temperatures are just about perfect for renting a mountain bike, shopping at some of Mammoth Lakes’ retail hot spots, or letting the kids play in a giant sandbox while sipping a drink on one of the many restaurant patios. Movie nights and outdoor concerts light up the outdoor area when the sun goes down.

(L) A couple having beer at a pub; (R)  People dancing in the night club

terstock_321553673.jpg No matter what you’re craving, Mammoth Lakes restaurants have you covered. From breakfast options to fuel up before you head outside to places to relax and unwind with a good meal and a drink in hand after a day of adventuring. Fortunately, Mammoth lakes locals like to share. Come have a craft beer and listen to bluegrass music during a summertime festival, or relax on the deck outside a slope-side lodge for outstanding après ski.

Enjoy Locally-Made Goods

Girls shopping at California

The little four-square-mile town of Mammoth Lakes is brimming with entrepreneurs and creative minds. Start asking around town, and you’d be surprised just how many Mammoth-made product recommendations you get from locals. From beer and spirits to artisan coffee and baked goods, you’ll find an array of treats that are perfect for sampling and bringing home as souvenirs—all made at altitude in your favorite mountain town. You can try one of the many craft beers and local dessert shops or visit distilleries, galleries and art centres.

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