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Mammoth Lakes/Yosemite, California

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Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Date
Price: $14.30/One-Day License, $22.42/Two-Day License
Location: Town of Mammoth Lakes 
Type: Fishing
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Fishing in Mammoth Lakes
The last Saturday in April is a significant date to generations of anglers who make an annual pilgrimage to the Mammoth Lakes area. This is the beginning of trout fishing season in Mono County. Thousands of hardy souls take to local waters in float tubes, kayaks and boats, sometimes enduring freezing temperatures in search of their first trophy sized trout of the year. As the calendar advances more lakes and streams become accessible and the choice of fishing spots multiplies. Regular stockings of Alper's Rainbows in the Mammoth Lakes Basin and Reds Meadows waters ensure that even the novice fisherman has a fighting chance of hooking dinner. Enlisting the services of a local fishing guide will greatly improve your chances of catching fish. Don't forget all anglers over the age of 16 are required to have a California Fishing License. Single, multi day or season passes are available from any fishing store.

Notes: Participatory, Things to Do

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Date
Price: Free Admission
Location: Town of Mammoth Lakes 
Type: Walking Tour
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Hiking in Mammoth Lakes
The Town of Mammoth Lakes is a small island of humanity set in a vast region of public and wilderness lands, more than two million acres of it. This is the landscape that inspired John Muir and Ansel Adams, a land that can be explored on an endless number of hikes radiating out from Mammoth. Pack a lunch and head out on a hiking trail that will take you to crystal clear lakes, through dense forests and to breathtaking viewpoints in the clouds.

Notes: Free Entry, Things to Do

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies By Company
Price: Varies By Company
Location: Town of Mammoth Lakes 
Type: Adventure Tour
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Horseback Riding in Mammoth Lakes
One great way to see Mammoth's backcountry is by horseback. Local pack outfitters offer hour-long, half and full-day rides as well as week-long excursions into the Ansel Adams and John Muir wilderness areas. A 2-hour ride, perfect for families, takes you to Heart Lake in the Mammoth Lakes Basin, passing by a historic gold mine and mining camp. Other favorites include the guided rides along Convict Lake, McGee Canyon, Rock Creek and Red's Meadow. Relax and enjoy the Sierra scenery while the horses do what they love. For a real old west experience you can be a working cowboy on a horse drive during the spring and fall seasons. No experience necessary - they'll show you the ropes.

Notes: Horse, Things to Do

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Season
Price: $178-$255
Location: Mammoth Mountain 
Type: Snow Sports
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Mammoth Mountain 2 - Day Pass
Mammoth Mountain 2 - Day Pass at Mammoth Mountain

Notes: Skiing, Snowboarding

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Season
Price: $178-$255
Location: Mammoth Mountain 
Type: Snow Sports
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Mammoth Mountain 3 of 4 Day Pass
Mammoth Mountain 3 of 4 Day Pass at Mammoth Mountain

Notes: Skiing, Snowboarding

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Date
Price: $38-$132/Adults, $20-$68/Child (12 & under)
Location: Mammoth Mountain Bike Park 
Type: Bicycling
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Mountain Biking in Mammoth Lakes
In summer, Mammoth Mountain's ski slopes are transformed into a mountain bike paradise. Riders of all abilities and conditioning levels can enjoy its extensive trail system. The Scenic Gondola provides uphill access for mountain bikers, along with the Bike Park shuttle, which begins at the Village at Mammoth. The park offers more than 100 miles of dirt single-track trail with a 3,000 foot descent from the summit. Mammoth Mountain Bike Park opened its newest freeride trail, Twilight Zone last summer. The highlight of this trail is "The Deep End", a nine-foot high, 50-foot wide, elevated, banked wooden bowl structure.

Notes: Participatory, Things to Do

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Date
Price: Varies By Company
Location: Town of Mammoth Lakes 
Type: Driving Tour
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Off-Highway Adventures in Mammoth Lakes
There are hundreds of miles of unpaved roads waiting for you in the Inyo National Forest. Take the Owens River - Hot Creek Road, the scenic Lookout Loop or the Deadman Creek Trail. There's something for everyone and roads for all levels from beginning to the most challenging. SUV's with four-wheel drive may be required for some roads. Know your vehicle's limits and use wise judgment when entering unfamiliar territory. Besides your 4WD, all you need to bring is a good map, lunch, water, camera and a sense of adventure.

Notes: Things to Do

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies By Event
Price: $849-$1698
Location: Mammoth Mountain 
Type: Snow Sports
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Snowboarding
With snow year-round, Mammoth Mountain offers courses for new and experienced snowboarders.

Notes: Participatory

Date: Ongoing
Time: To Be Announced
Price: 132.97
Location: Meeting Location To Be Provided
Type: Historic and Cultural Tour
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Yosemite Photography Workshops
Take control of your camera in the stunning landscapes of California's Yosemite National Park on a photography workshop like no other! Discover Yosemite National Park on one of several workshops and release the artist inside you.

Notes: Art

Date: Ongoing
Time: To Be Announced
Price: 113.98
Location: Meeting Location To Be Provided
Type: Historic and Cultural Tour
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Yosemite Twin Valleys Specialty Photography Workshops
Photograph Yosemite's iconic waterfalls with local professional photographers. Learn how to take the best shots of waterfalls, wildflowers, and the stunning Yosemite Valley and Hetch Hetchy Valley.

Notes: Art
 
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