Mammoth Bike Path Open 
Mammoth Mountain Bike Park is open for the summer! The Mountain Bike Park is the earliest park to open in California, with great conditions on the beginner friendly lower mountain trails. Plus, our trail crews are hard at work clearing the upper mountain trails, so expect expanded terrain every week. Value Season Ticket Pricing is in effect, so now is the time to save on two wheeled fun in Mammoth!

Trail Report
Beginner friendly cross country trails Uptown and Downtown, plus Big Ring, Lakes Trail, Shotgun, Juniper Ridge, Lower Bullet, Lower Pipeline, Paper Route, and Timber Ridge are all open and in great condition, with more terrain opening soon.

Early Bird Bike Park Season Pass
Take advantage of our earliest opening in years with the Early Bird Season Pass. $249 for Adults and only $125 for Kids gets you unlimited lift and trail access to the best bike park in the west, but hurry, this discounted rate is only good until July 1.

Value Season
Value season ticket rates are in effect until the gondola-serviced trails open, so you can enjoy an entire day of shuttle rides for only $36 for Adults and $18 for Kids. Need gear? Grab a Full Day Rental Package complete with bike and trail pass for $90 for Adults and $45 for Kids.

Is Golf More Your Style?
Sierra Star Golf Course is open for the season! The weather has been great and the course is in near perfect condition, and with Value Season pricing in effect for the next three weeks, you can play 18 championship holes for only $99!

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Mammoth Bike Path Opens 5/26/12 
Mammoth Mountain Bike Park opens May 26, 2012!

Weekend shuttle service for approximately 9-10 trails on the lower mountain will begin on May 26. More trails will continue to open as soon as conditions permit.

Where to start your day.
•The Village has passes, rentals, and shuttle departures to the Adventure Center.
•The Adventure Center (located at Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge) is our Bike Park headquarters with passes, rentals, demos, repairs, trail access and Panorama Gondola loading. Parking, lodging, dining options, and kids activities available.

Uphill Access

Bike Park Pass required:
•Bike Park Shuttle runs approx. every 30 minutes from 9am to 5:30pm daily from The Mountain Center in The Village to the Adventure Center.
•Panorama Gondola is projected to operate for Bike Park access from 9am to 4:30pm daily beginning early June from the Adventure Center to the summit. There are two on-and-off points: mid-mountain at McCoy Station and Mammoth Mountain summit.

Rest Stops

Shaded areas have drinking water and picnic tables. Bike Rangers make rounds in the Bike Park to answer questions and assist with gear.

Serving up everything from boulder-strewn freeride terrain to smooth-as-a-baby's-bottom dirt paths.

•80 miles of dirt single-track
•Descend 3,000 feet from Mammoth's summit
•From expansive vistas to pine tree corridors
•Seven NEW freeride trails built in the last three seasons

New Trails!
•New Downtown - our beginner trail is now easier and smoother!
•Jill's Jumps
•Upper Twilight Zone
•Recoil
•Pipeline


2012 Daily Rates
Adult
(13 & over)
Child
(12 & under)

Unlimited 1-Day Park Pass
Trail, gondola, shuttle access to entire Park

$45
$20

Unlimited 2-Day Park Pass
Trail, gondola, shuttle access to entire Park

$86
$40

Unlimited 3-Day Park Pass
Trail, gondola, shuttle access to entire Park

$110
$60

Limited 2 Rides
Trail access to entire Bike Park plus two shuttle or lift rides

$38
$20

1-day Pedal Pass
Trail access only

$15
$5

Twilight Ticket
Valid for one shuttle or gondola ride and trail access after 3pm

$25
$15

Quad Pack
Four days of riding any time for the price of three

$132
$68

Book your tickets now through 800.MAMMOTH / 800.626.6684



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Alaska Airlines Deals 
Alaska Airlines Deal
Head to Mammoth Lakes and explore Yosemite and the Eastern Sierra on Alaska Airlines with fares from $79 each way* from Los Angeles. Travel June 24, 2012 - July 8, 2012. Purchase tickets by May 28, 2012. PLUS earn double miles!

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Snow expected Memorial weekend 
Projected Weather Report

Today (Thursday 5/24/12)
61 °F
Clear Tonight
30 °F
Partly Cloudy Tomorrow (Friday 5/25/12)
41 | 28 °F
Snow
70% chance of precipitation Saturday
41 | 32 °F
Snow Showers

40% chance of precipitation Sunday
57 | 43 °F
Clear Monday
64 | 46 °F


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Reds Meadow road : Closure 
To the Mammoth Lakes Community and Citizens of Mono County: The Mammoth Ranger District of the Inyo National Forest would like to inform all recreationists and Forest Visitors, that the Reds Meadow Road (leading to Devils Postpile/Agnew Meadows), is closed to pedestrian and bicycle use.

Above average temperatures and a below average snowpack are allowing road plowing efforts to begin earlier than normal this spring. The Town of Mammoth Lakes will begin plowing roads in the Mammoth Lakes Basin on Monday, April 23. Opening of the Lakes Basin to vehicles will be dependent upon snow, ice and road conditions. The Lakes Basin will be open to pedestrian use while the gates are still closed. Visitors should avoid areas where equipment is removing snow or making road repairs. Visitors should also be aware of hazards in the area, such as wind damaged trees and lake ice that is particularly dangerous during the spring thaw.

CalTrans will begin plowing Highway 203 from Mammoth Mountain Inn to Minaret Vista on Monday, April 23. A single lane will be plowed for administrative access to Reds Meadow Valley to facilitate the cleanup and repair efforts from the November 30 wind event that blew over thousands of trees in the Reds Meadow Valley. Pedestrian and bicycle access on the plowed road will be allowed up to Minaret Vista, however all motor vehicles will be prohibited until the road is completely plowed and opened.

The Town of Mammoth Lakes, with assistance from Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, will begin removing snow, debris and trees from the Reds Meadow Road as soon as April 25. Forest Service, National Park Service, contractor and other crews will resume cleanup and repair efforts in the Valley as soon as the road is cleared.

Due to the complications and hazards associated with roadside cleanup, falling of trees, removal of loose rock and the repair of the road, pedestrian and bicycle access down the Reds Meadow road past the Minaret Vista Station will be prohibited beginning Monday, April 23. The closure will be in effect for the entire Reds Meadow Road and all developed recreation areas and campgrounds accessed by the road. The temporary closure will be lifted or modified upon the completion of cleanup and repair efforts. Hikers attempting to exit the Reds Meadow Valley should also be aware of this closure and make alternative plans. The Forest Service is asking that the public cooperate and respect this necessary closure to ensure their safety, as well as the safety of the crews working in the area. Anyone entering the closed area may be issued a citation. The closure is in effect to allow completion of cleanup and repair work so that the area can be opened as quickly as possible for normal summer recreation activities.

For more information, please call the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center at (760) 924-5500 or visit the Welcome Center next to the Mammoth Ranger Station, or call District Recreation Officer Jon Kazmierski at (760) 924-5503.

Anyone or any persons who are encountered on the Reds Meadow road by Forest Service personnel are subject to citation.








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