Greetings trail enthusiasts - We hope you can join us for an upcoming Mammoth Trails meeting Thursday, March 25, at 5:30pm. This is a meeting to discuss the Shady Rest Inyo Craters Trails Planning Project. REGISTER NOW: This meeting will be run via Zoom. Registration is required. - Register Here 3/25 MEETING DETAILS:
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Greetings! We are pleased to announce that we are grooming a basic network of multi-use winter trails in the Sherwins Area as of 2-16-21. You will find the start of the trails at the Sherwins Trailhead just beyond our Sherwins Winter Access/Egress sign where you can check your avalanche beacon and look over our map and safety information. The trails will be groomed several times a week as part of a pilot program with Inyo National Forest, using the same equipment that we use for the Shady Rest Winter Trails. The map below provides a basic reference. Have fun!
Hello Trail Users - We hope you can join us for the upcoming Mammoth Trails meeting next Thursday, January 14, at 5pm. REGISTER NOW: This meeting will be run via Zoom. Registration is required. - Register Here 1/14 MEETING DETATILS: Mammoth Lakes Trail System year in review – learn about what we have been up to, completed projects and current efforts. We will also be discussing several of our priority projects: - Lakes Basin Connector Trails - Sherwins Meadow Trails - Shady Rest Inyo Craters Trails We look forward to seeing everyone on January 14th. Thank you for your continuing interest in the Mammoth Lakes Trail System. You can always reach me via email at [email protected] and also follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Greetings Trail Users - Here’s the latest news and upcoming events for the Mammoth Lakes Trail System as we all get ready to close out 2020.
Hello winter trail users! Winter is here and we are working hard to prepare for the amazing winter storms to come. Our team is working to adapt our successful Trail Host program for winter. You will see our team out as Trail Hosts on the Winter Trails in Shady Rest and other trail system facilities. The NEW Community Host program effort will focus on keeping our community clean and providing residents and visitors with good information. The Community Hosts will be working in places where people seek information about public transit, shopping centers, and other services. We want to make sure that people feel welcome and safe as our community adapts to change. Please review information about the Host Programs here.