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REDS MEADOW

Reds Meadow Horses Grazing It is quite spectacular as the snow begins to thaw and the trees begin to leaf out, the flowers begin to bloom and the forest fills with the smell we all associate with the mountains. Agnew Meadows in the Red's Meadow area is one of the most plentiful to see wildflowers. Each year, different varieties of wildflowers dance across the mountainous landscape. But you don't just go down to Reds Meadow for the flowers; this is a spectacular place in the Sierras that is only accessible in the summer. Near the Meadow you will find Devils Postpile National Monument, Rainbow Falls, Pack Stations for horseback riding.

Ride the Red's Meadow Shuttle. From the Mammoth Mountain Inn at the main lodge, take a unique shuttle ride into Red's Meadow, where you can hike, bike and horseback ride through scenic trails of wildflowers, open meadows, secret watering holes, waterfalls and the unique Devils Postpile National Monument. The Visitors Center has several maps and guidebooks to help you find everything there is to do.

SHUTTLE INFORMATION
From late June to early October, day-use visitors to the Devils Postpile/Reds Meadow area must ride the shuttle bus - The road is closed from 7:00 am - 7:00 pm daily. All day-use visitors must ride a shuttle bus from Mammoth Mountain Ski Area between those hours. The first shuttle leaves at 7:15 am; schedules are posted there. There is a small fee per person to ride the shuttle.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Mammoth Ranger Station and Visitors Center
Highway 203, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
760-924-5500

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