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Travel-and-Leisure Getting to Mammoth Mountain Mammoth Mountain and the Mammoth Lakes area is home to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area a large Eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range found in Eastern California just 100 miles south of the Nevada state line and a short drive from the Yosemite National Park’s eastern entrance. Mammoth has be.e one of the go-to destinations for skiers from all over the area. These visitors understand what founder Dave McCoy recognized in the 1940’s, Mammoth Mountain retains a higher amount of snow than surrounding mountains and does so for a longer period of time. Mammoth Mountain’s snow-pack is consistently deep and experiences a long season. So, how do you get Mammoth Mountain. Here are some of the best, most-used and most-available routes over land, and air for your Mammoth vacationing and visiting needs. Mammoth by Air Air service to the Mammoth area has greatly increased over the years. The mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) is only 6 miles from Mammoth Lakes. The amount of flights will vary by season, but several airlines offer daily flights to Mammoth now. Alaska/Horizon offers daily Mammoth flights from Los Angeles (LAX) and San Jose (SJC). United Airlines offers daily flights out of San Francisco (SFO) and Sand Diego (SAN). Recently, Southwest Airlines has announced that they will be offering daily seasonal service to Mammoth as well. So basically through the major California hubs, air travelers from anywhere can catch daily inbound flights to Mammoth Mountain. Flights from Las Vegas are also available, though not as frequent, and Horizon will be adding service from Reno shortly. For those not choosing rentals, Airport shuttles for guests at certain establishments as well as taxi service for the short drive into town. The flight generally last a little over an hour. Car rentals are available from Enterprise, Mammoth Car Rental and Hertz. Taxis are available from Mammoth Taxi and Mammoth Cab. Mammoth by Bus or Train For large group travel or those that prefer the road to the air, there are several shuttle and bus options available from cities in the region. You will want to research Mammoth Mountain Bus or Mammoth Mountain shuttle transportation or book through a travel agent for the best results. Look into the YARTS (Yosemite Area Rapid Transit) system, ESTA (Eastern Sierra Transit Authority) for lots more information. Amtrak travel to Mammoth is available only on a limited basis during the year and will only be offered during certain times of the spring and summer months (luckily Mammoth has tons of outdoor adventure activities all year round!). Mammoth by Car For those who love a good road trip, there are several way to get to Mammoth. Note that many routes have difficult winter driving, and some of the routes from San Francisco are close during the winter season, so plan your trip carefully and check the roads before you head out. Lake Tahoe US 395 travels by Mono Lake and through Bodie State historical Park and is an estimated 165 miles of scenic driving. Las Vegas A 310 mile trek through abandoned mining towns, and desert land filled with interesting rock formations, US 95 to HWY 266, State Route 168 to USR 395 on on the State Route 203. San Francisco Winter route is I 80 to HWY 50, Kingsbury Cutoff to US 395 and on to State Route 203. Summer travel through Yosemite National Park. Approximately 320 miles. Southern California Ranging anywhere from 300 to 375 miles. This route takes you by Mountain Whitney and Death valley. I 5 north to State Route 14 North, US 395 North to State Route 203. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: