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Driving Instructions to Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Lakes and the Mammoth Mountain resort are located in central California. Mammoth is the other side of Yosemite, just south of the east entrance. Highway 395 is the main road to Mammoth, June Lake, Yosemite and goes all the way to Lake Tahoe. From north or south, it's a spectacular drive through wooded areas, forest, lakes and landmarks. Always check weather before any drive winter, spring, summer or fall. For current road conditions visit the Mammoth weather section.

From Los Angeles

Hwy 405 north, to Hwy 5 north, to Hwy 14 north to the town of Mojave. Take Hwy 14 north to Hwy 395 north (Reno/Bishop), to Hwy 203 (Mammoth Lakes Junction). Exit Hwy 203 and drive 6 miles into the town of Mammoth Lakes; 306 miles. About 5 hours with one short stop.
Los Angeles to Mammoth Driving Instructions

From San Diego and Orange County

Interstate 15 north to Hwy 395 north to Hwy 203; 375 miles
San Diego to Mammoth Driving Instructions

From San Francisco & Sacramento

Interstate 80 to Hwy 50 to the Kingsbury Grade cutoff to Hwy 395 south to Hwy 203; 320 miles.
San Francisco to Mammoth Highways

From Reno

Hwy 395 south to Hwy 203; 165 miles.
Reno to Mammoth Driving Instructions

Las Vegas

Interstate 15 north to Hwy 95 north; continue on Hwy 95 north (168 miles), turn left on Hwy 266 west; continue on Hwy 266 (42 miles), turn slight left on Hwy 168; continue on Hwy 168 (52 miles), turn right on Hwy 395 north; continue on Hwy 395 (40 miles), turn left on Hwy 203.
Las Vegas to Mammoth Driving Instructions

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