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Summer is coming to Mammoth Lakes!

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June is unlike any other time in the Eastern Sierra. The skyline features snowcapped peaks against a blue sky that can only be experienced in the mountains. The ice has melted off all the best fishing holes. Backcountry snow begins to melt, opening up access to all your favorite trails. Inspired? Start planning your stay today for a truly unreal kickoff to summer.


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In addition to monthly open mic nights, trivia and pool tournaments around Mammoth Lakes restaurants and bars, check out the can’t-miss upcoming events next month:

June 1 National Trail Day with Leave No Trace. Meet the Mammoth Lakes Trail System crew at 9:00 am at the Mammoth Lakes Library for a free bagel breakfast and work assignments. Come prepared for trail maintenance, landscape restoration, and general cleanup activities.

June 1 The Pamper Pedal by Eastside Velo. This recreational organized bike ride from Mammoth Lakes to Bishop celebrates female cyclists. Participants are encouraged to dress up and celebrate their love for bike riding. Riders of all abilities and ages are welcome. Register here.

June 21-30 Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross: Every summer since 1968, racers have flocked to Mammoth Lakes for this classic event – the oldest continuous running motocross in the USA.

June 28-29 Mammoth Feel Good Festival: Enjoy free live music in The Village all weekend long. All ages are welcome!



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Adventures abound in Mammoth Lakes in the summer — and this June will be no exception! The time to plan is now to plan for fishing, hiking, biking, backpacking, golfing and more in the mountains.



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As you gear up for your mountain getaway, remember to keep Mammoth Lakes unreal for future adventurers. Check out our Pre-Arrival Guide for tips on how to be an eco-conscious traveler. Everyone has a role to play in maintaining the beauty of this picturesque destination for future generations.



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Reds Meadow Road to Devil’s Postpile will be closed for repairs Monday through Thursday. We encourage you to enjoy Reds Meadow Valley while road access is available Friday through Sunday.

While the road is closed Monday through Thursday, discover new Eastern Sierra treasures! Bookmark this page for the most up-to-date information about closures, reservations, and insights on a variety of fun spring and summer activities.

While exploring Mammoth Lakes this summer, enjoy the town’s free local transportation system. It is widely accessible and saves the stress of driving and parking, especially during peak season.


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