Authored by Dana Nichols
Love Mammoth? Here’s your App:
- Tips for 365 days a year
- Use the bus, the easy way
- Shops and gear rental - find deals
- Restaurants - what to order, what to skip
- Hidden gems in June Lake
- What locals do on storm days
- Ski secrets for all levels
- Hikes - from 1 hour jaunts to all day treks
- Mountain biking on and off mountain
Up-to-date hotspots & adventuresome secrets for people who dig (and value) the mountain lifestyle. ✭✭ Welcome to Mammoth, California's most evolving, exciting mountain town. The nation's second-most visited ski resort. A four-season place for outdoor lovers and Olympic athletes.
This must-have summer & winter app covers everything in Mammoth Lakes and June Lake. Distinctively voiced travel advice and brilliant photos make it way more powerful (and useful) than free apps that have "just the listings."
From stunning scenic photos to honest snapshots, over 1,000 photographs provide essential details and beautiful inspiration.
No more cold fingers - get info fast! Use Mammoth In the Know during the road trip; on chairlift conversations; for finding apres-ski. No more phone books - numbers, maps and web sites are simply paired and organized with each listing. Spend less time planning, more time shredding. Written and curated by a 7+ year resident, Mammoth In the Know has a place on your phone.
A few taps take you to the best breakfast burrito. Best snowmobile trails. Current fishing info. An easy 2-hour hike. Filter through "Mammoth On a Budget" and "Kid-friendly" so you don't overlook anything good. Also - "Dog-friendly Mammoth" and tips on navigating Mammoth Mountain's maze of day lodges.
Whether you're visiting Mammoth for the first time, living there or a regular weekend warrior, Mammoth In the Know ensures you're up-to-date with the latest restaurants, happy hours and on- mountain changes (updated every couple of months).
-Frequent, free updates keep this app current
-GPS map on every listing
-Over 125 entries, with more in development
-One-tap web and phone links
-Snow Report links
-Winter roads links
Be on the inside line. Are you someone who "came for the winter and stayed for the summer," or are you seeking a taste of the locals' lifestyle? Share advice in comments sections.
Dana Nichols has lived, worked and played in Mammoth for years. She's an L.A. native who loves good menus and big adventures.
With all of Mammoth and June's nooks and crannies awaiting, know where to poke your head in. This easy-to-navigate app allows you to search by category.
Dana shares where the best sunset spot is, who makes the best milkshake, how the local bears get their names, important seasonal closures, the best day trips and much more.
★ About the Author ★
Dana Nichols’ career as a freelance travel writer has found her cris-crossing California up and down, side-to-side and back again. She has contributed to the US Ski and Snowboard Guide to America, Skiing, Mammoth Sierra Magazine and Eastside Magazine as a Mammoth expert. Her most memorable powder days have been at June Mountain. You can often find her warming up with the hot ginger lemonade at Stellar Brew.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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