The Mammoth Lakes Trail System team is pleased to announce the start of a winter fat biking pilot program as a newly allowed use of the current winter trail system initiating from Shady Rest Park. To help introduce the great fun of this activity we will be grooming the multi-use trails at Shady Rest for as long as weather and snow conditions allow with up to 2 ½ miles of expanded packed trails. Be sure to get out there early in the morning before the snow gets too soft!
The winter of 2016/2017 is shaping up to be an historic one, and the Mammoth Lakes Trail System team has been hard at work bringing several new programs on line for all winter recreation enthusiasts along with some old favorites that have just been waiting for a big winter like this one.
Mammoth Lakes, CA – On December 5th and 8th The Town of Mammoth Lakes will host community workshops to gather input and create an action plan for integrating walking, biking and public transit into the future planning of Mammoth Lakes. Between these two meetings, on December 7th, a day of community workshops will be held to address the future of “Downtown Mammoth Lakes” in general.
Summer’s coming to a close and there’s a hint of Fall in the air so it’s time to free up a couple of hours and help clean up the Mammoth Lakes Basin! For the last several years, the Mammoth Lakes Trail System has coordinated with the Sierra Nevada Conservancy’s Great Sierra River Cleanup to cleanup and give back to our community’s namesake, the Mammoth Lakes Basin. Please join our co-hosts the Eastern Sierra Nordic Ski Association and the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce at the Horseshoe Lake parking lot at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 17 for the final Summer of Stewardship Trails Day Event of 2016.