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Snowmobiling in Mammoth

snowmobiling in MammothFor the days when your legs have had enough skiing and your looking for a real thrill ride, renting a snowmobile and going off into the forest is the ideal way to spend a morning or afternoon. The sites around the Mammoth area are unbelievably beautiful. You can rent or ride a snowmobile on any trail that is so designated.

Just because there is snow on the ski resort mountains, that does not indicate that he snowmobile trails will be groomed or operating. Heavy snowfall is required and as soon as the weather turns warm, the companies close up as the snow bcomes to soft. This is one adventure you must plan ahead

Snowmobilie Rentals

You can rent your snowmobile from two different locations. For a real thrill you'll want to use the company that is located out of town so you can see sites you would not be able to take your car to. It is just a quick 10 minutes to get there. There are all different kinds of trips, and it is easy to book your adventure online. You can also see what time slots are available.

You must have a valid driver's license to drive a snowmobile, but anyone can ride on one. Whether you want a guided ride, or want to adventure out on your own, there are many choices. Space is severely limited so order up your ride today. You'll also get discounts on your Mammoth Snowmobile Adventure as we offer them in conjunction with a special relationship with the owners.
Discount Mammoth snowmobile rentals and rides. The difference will be the scenery, but the thrill will be the same.

Bring Your Own Snowmobile

The Inyo National Forest offers over 100 miles of groomed snowmobile trails leading to nearly 100,000 acres of varied terrain for off-trail snowmobiling. Terrain from wide open meadows to forested areas, to hills and bowls challenge the beginner and the expert. You can make "doughnuts" in the snow, or open it up to top speed. The snowmobile trails in Mammoth are well marked and maps are located at major trail intersections. The Mammoth Snowmobile Association in partnership with the Inyo National Forest marks trails that are designated for snowmobiles with orange diamonds. Some of the trails are groomed and some are not. These trails are also shared with other users such as hikers, snowshoers, and skiers, but are closed to wheeled vehicle snowmobile rides. If adventuring off on your own, is not your thing, you can join a guided snowmobile tour.

snowmobile trails With one of the largest trail systems in the Eastern High Sierra, you can rise from an elevation 7600' up to 9104' and see some majestic panoramic views. Depending on your tour, you may see five mountain ranges or ride in one of four huge play areas. There are several points of interest along the way: Vista Point, Lookout Mountain, Dry Creek, Bald Mountain Log Cabin Warming Hut, Inyo Craters, and the Hot Creek Geological Site all easily accessed by snowmobile. Each vendor offers different on an hourly, half-day, or daily rate. Here are some of the packages :

As you cruise over the snow with the rush of crisp, cold air on your face there are over 75,000 acres of open expanse are waiting to be explored. The local snowmobile association offers organized rides and tours for those who own their own and repairs are available in Mammoth.

The Mammoth Visitor Center and Ranger Station located at the entrance to town on State Highway 203 offers a "Winter Recreation Map" for your trip planning and information on guide services, special events, current trail conditions and regulations.

To Book a Mammoth Snowmobile Adventure - 866-864-6444
For Trail Information call the Inyo National Forest - 760-924-5500
For owners, hook up with the Mammoth Snowmobile Association


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