Mammoth Lakes For Mountain Biking

The 109th most popular mountain bike trail in California.

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Near the town of Mammoth Lakes in the Inyo National Forest, there are miles and miles of mountain bike routes from Mammoth Lakes up to June Lake.

Access to Inyo Craters and Knolls Loop via U.S. Forest Service road 3S89. Trailhead 200 yards downhill from parking area at Chair 4. Riders leaving from trailhead, be advised of long downhill on 3S89.

Overall, Mammoth Lakes is the 109th most popular mountain bike trail of all 132 mountain biking rides in California. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Mammoth Lakes including Mammoth Bike Path, Moraines - Meadows Loop Trail, Panorama Mountain, Rock Creek Trail, Mountain View / Hardcore and Knolls Loop TrailInyo Craters Loop Trail.

Mammoth Lakes Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Mammoth MTB Park (760) 934-0745; California Tourism (916) 444-4429; Mammoth Central Reservations (888) GOMAMMOTH; Footloose Sports (760) 934-2400; Mountain Bike Magic (619) 937-RIDE; Mammoth Mountain Sports (760) 934-3239.

Recommended Book:  "Northern California Mountain Biking" from Ann Marie Brown

Best Season:  Jul. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Motel 6 (760) 934-6660; Sierra Nevada Inn (760) 934-2515; Holiday Haus (760) 934-2414; Alpenhof (760) 934-8558; Mamouth Mountain Inn (800) 228-4947

Luxury Loding:  Juniper Springs Lodge (800) 626-6684; Austria Hof (760) 934-2764; Rock Creek Lodge (619) 935-4170; Tamarack Lodge (800) 237-6879

Breakfast Restaurant:  Good Life Cafe; Schats Bakery; Loony Bean

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  37.6757, -118.9036

Date Published:  12/28/2015

Date Updated:  8/4/2016

ID:  19904

Mammoth Lakes Mountain Biking Map


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