Thanks to the recent storms, we are pleased to announce that the Winter Trails in Shady Rest are groomed and open for the season. Our lead groomers Andrew and Scott got started this past Thursday night and will be grooming daily or as conditions allow.
Greetings Trail Enthusiasts - We hope you can join us for an upcoming Mammoth Trails meeting Thursday, June 17, at 5:00pm. This is our second meeting to discuss the Shady Rest Inyo Craters Trails Planning Project. This meeting will be IN PERSON at Shady Rest Park in Mammoth Lakes.
Dear Trail enthusiasts! Tomorrow, June 5th is National Trails Day and we’re happy to announce that Trail Days are back for Summer 2021! With a new structure offering more opportunities than ever, the Mammoth Lakes Trail System invites you to take advantage of volunteer stewardship opportunities all summer long. We are planning safe and fun ways to get involved as we know you are eager to get back to work with us. You are invited to join the Mammoth Lakes Trail System trail crew and hosts to help with new trail construction, maintenance and stewardship activities by signing up online for volunteer shifts. Volunteer opportunities kick-off on National Trails Day, Saturday June 5th and will be available Wednesdays and Weekends through September. This summer’s work program promises to be especially rewarding as we’ll be building a number of brand new trails in the Lakes Basin!
Spring is in the air and we are gearing up for ground work for the Shady Rest/Inyo Craters trails planning project. The Mammoth Lakes Trails System is implementing a 3-year trails planning grant the Town of Mammoth Lakes received from the California State OHV program. We are working with Inyo National Forest to plan for a future where we have a well-designed, sustainable trail system between Mammoth Lakes and June Lake. Our top goal is to have a system which makes sense for trail users and the environment. Our team of data collectors, trail designers, and planners will be working to ground truth concepts, identify positive and negative control points and areas, and make thoughtful recommendations for optimizing the public access trail system between the communities of Mammoth Lakes and June Lake.