Within the Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort, you can find a number of great smaller resorts offering their own exclusive activities and lodging. As a whole, Mammoth Mountain offers a variety of activities and options that could satisfy any potential vacationer. In determining the right fit for you, consider the activities and lodging options for each of the following ski resorts within Mammoth Mountain.
At Mammoth Mountain Inn, you can stay slope-side at Mammoth’s original summer-winter resort. Considered to be a skiers’ paradise, the Panorama Gondola is a great entry-point to the slopes and summer backcountry.
Mammoth Mountain Inn offers the longest ski-in, ski-out season in California from November through July in some years. It also offers mountain biking with both direct trail and gondola access. For vacationers looking for a break from outdoor activity, look to the Yodler Pub, Mountainside Grill, and Parallax Snowcat Dinners. For warmer alternatives, check out the Summer Base Camp with Adventure Center, Reds Meadow, hiking on the John Muir and Pacific Crest Trails and more.
Inn amenities include the following: bell service/concierge, 24-hour reception, indoor spas, heated outdoor swimming pool, coin-operated guest laundry, daily housekeeping, and more. Each room also includes a kitchen and dining area, refrigerator in the suite units, a television and DVD player, telephone, and internet. Though prices vary depending on the date, an average per-night price for a one-bedroom condo with loft ranges from $349-$499; a two-bedroom condo with loft is $449; and hotel rooms range from $129-229 per night.
The Juniper Springs Resort is the premier ski-in, ski-out all-condominium property, and was recently named one of Conde Nast Traveler’s top 50 ski resort properties. The Juniper Springs Resort is the closest resort to the Sierra Star Golf Course. The Juniper Springs Resort offers skiing with direct chairlift access from December to April, and mountain biking with direct trail access.
The resort provides studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom condos and townhomes. The condominiums include a front desk, concierge, driver, and housekeeping, in addition to local and airport transfer shuttles. It also includes two heated pools, six hot tub spas, and two fitness centers for lodgers. Though prices vary depending on the date, an average per-night price for a studio condo mid-December is $299.00; $379.00 for a one-bedroom; $699.00 for a two-bedroom; and between $799.00 and $1099.00 for a two- or three-bedroom townhome.
Like the Juniper Springs Resort, Tamarack Lodge is considered one of Conde Nast Traveler’s Top 50 Ski Resort properties, but Tamarack Lodge is also one of Sunset’s Top 10 Lakeside Resorts. The resort offers a variety of activities, including winter and summer adventures. Winter activities focus mainly on skiing, but also offer guided snowmobile tours, Gondola rides, dogsled rides, and ice skating. Summer activities include fishing, hiking, and mountain biking.
Prices, as per usual, vary depending on the date, but for an average night in mid-December, the prices are as follows: $199 for a studio cabin; between $269-499 for a two-bedroom cabin; and between $99-159 for a lodge room with shared bath.
Regardless of where you will be staying or what you will be doing upon your visit to Mammoth Mountain, rest assured that there will always be a wealth of activities and options for you!