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A Fall Weather Teaser in Mammoth Lakes

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The snow has melted, streams are calm, and recent storm systems tease the arrival of cooler weather. With meteorological fall on the horizon (September 1), all of us in Mammoth Lakes eagerly await the forests’ annual display of gold and orange. According to Forest Service botanists, our wet spring has primed us for brilliant fall foliage.

Make sure you’re subscribed to our Fall Colors weekly newsletter for updates on where to find the best and brightest hues.

Now is the perfect time to plan your trip for fall color viewing in the Eastern Sierra. Keep scrolling for more details about fall deals, itineraries, and safety tips.

We can’t wait to see you!

– Lauren from Mammoth Lakes, California

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Exploring the great outdoors in the fall is a must-do in the Eastern Sierra. It’s that time of year when the temperatures are just right and Mother Nature’s paintbrush highlights the landscape.

Here’s how to make the best of your fall getaway in the Eastern Sierra, with tips from a local.

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FALL SPECIALS IN MAMMOTH LAKES

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Fall deals are starting to roll in! Bookmark this page for planning your next trip.

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THE NO. 1 TIP FOR VIEWING WILDLIFE SAFELY

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There are hundreds of different types of wild animals in the Eastern Sierra. Summer and fall are the best times of year to photograph the creatures that call the mountains home. Read these tips for safely viewing deer, bears, and more.

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