Mammoth Lakes Snowmobiling

The 4th most popular snowmobile trail in California.

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Northeast of Mammoth Lakes, the Orange Diamond Trail System are 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails across elevations from 7,000 to 10,400 feet. The trails are blazed with orange markers, and many of the routes are groomed. There is a variety of trerrain from forested snow-covered roads to open play areas. A good place to start snowmobilng is the Crestview Rest Area on US395 north of Mammoth Lakes.

Note: on the trail map, the solid line indicates signed trails. The dotted line indicates unsigned trails.

Overall, Mammoth Lakes is the 4th most popular snowmobile trail of all 31 snowmobiling rides in California.


Local Contact(s):  MMSA (760) 934-2712; Grooming Report (760) 924-5500; Mammoth Central Reservations (888) GOMAMMOTH; Mammoth Avalanche Info (760) 924-5500; June Lake Rentals (760) 648-7509; DJs Snowmobile Adventures (760) 935-4480; Mammoth Tours (760) 934-9645

Best Season:  Nov. - May

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

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Article Source:   Best Mammoth Lakes Snowmobiling Review

GPS:  37.7099, -118.9513

Date Published:  1/4/2016

Date Updated:  6/28/2016

ID:  13408

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