10 inches of new snow and more to come at the end of this week! Mammoth has a base of 21 inches and is increasing fast. Here is the snow report for this week!
Mammoth Mountain has a 12-18″ base with good coverage on machine groomed runs. Thunderbound Express, Broadway Express, Face Lift Express and the Discovery Chair are open. Snow is forecasted this week with 5″-10″ expected.
Photo Credit: Mammoth Mountain
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Mammoth Mountain cranked up its lifts for the first time of 2013-2014 season on Thursday November 7 with a base of 15 inches! It was a fun filled packed weekend. If you weren’t able to make it up check out what you missed!
75 – 100% – Convict Canyon: Go Now! The canyon as a whole is at its peak and now is the time to go. You will find plenty of spectacular colors as you make you way up to the lake. There is a combination of intense yellows, brilliant oranges and recently traces of brown. There are sections along the upper creek above the lake were some of the leaves have died off. -Fall color report information from Convict Lake Resort.
Photo Credit: Convict Lake Resort
75 – 100% – Convict Canyon: Go Now! The lower section of the canyon up through the campground has reached its peak. The fall colors in this area are spectacular showing bright yellows and oranges. The foliage along the lake is has increased in intensity. The shoreline is traced with a line on yellow and orange. At the back of the lake a dazzling ribbon of yellow is snaking its way up the canyon.
Photo credit and update from Convict Lake Resort.
Mark your calandars for the June Lake Autumn Beer Festival! This will be a great event to plan your trip to Mammoth Lakes!
October 5, 2013
10am – 6pm
June Lake Community Center – Gull Lake Park
90 W. Granite Ave., June Lake
Craft Beer Garden, Live Music, Chili Cook Off and Pie Baking,
Photography Contests, Food, Crafts, Games and Raffles
The Fall colors are starting to explode! The cold temperatures helped the colors come out in full force. Plan a trip to see these beautiful sites! The fall colors come and go fast so book your trip today!
BEST MONO COUNTY FALL COLOR VIEWING SPOTS:
Particularly good hot spots are the Lee Vining and Lundy Canyon area near Mono Lake and Yosemite, Rock Creek south of Mammoth Lakes, McGee Creek, Convict Lake, and the June Lake Loop. Around Bridgeport, you won’t want to miss Virginia Lakes, Twin Lakes and the Conway Summit. The West Walker River and Antelope Valley are also lined with gold.
NORTHERN MONO COUNTY – WALKER/COLEVILLE/TOPAZ
Walker Canyon – 10-15% Towns of Walker/Coleville – 10-15% Sonora Pass 15-20%
Twin Lakes – 10-20% Virginia Lakes Road – 40-50% Conway Summit – 5-10%
Green Creek – 40-50%
Log Cabin Rd. – 5-10% Tioga Pass – 25% Lundy Lake – 5-10%
Lundy Canyon Trail – 5-10%
JUNE LAKE LOOP
June Lake Loop/Hwy 158 – 10-15%
Parker Lake – 10-15%
Lakes Basin – 15-25% Laurel Canyon – 15-25% at the base; 40-60% at the top elevations
Around resort/campgrounds – 10-15% Around Lake – 10-15% Convict Canyon – 10-15%
CROWLEY LAKE/McGEE CREEK
McGee Creek Canyon – 20-25%
Around Crowley community – 20-25%
ROCK CREEK CANYON
Around Rock Creek Lake – 60-75%
Along the road – 30-40% Lower Rock Creek – 25-35%
Town of Bishop – 50-75%
Lake Sabrina – 50-75%
South Fork & Bishop Creek – 50-75%
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Information provided by: Mono County Tourism
Fall is just a couple of weeks away in the Eastern Sierras. With temperatures dropping and summer is about to be officially over, now is the perfect time to come up to Mammoth Lakes and do some hiking to see the Fall colors. The leaves are starting to change offering the warm red, orange and yellow colors.
Here is a great video for the top fall hikes in Mammoth Lakes!
This is one of Mammoth’s greatest summer events! This event kicks off on Thursday evening with a Winemaker Dinner at Parallax on Friday evening, then moves to The Village for the Wine Walk presented by the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation. On Saturday Mammoth Festival will be a full day of live music and delicious wine.
Tickets are available through 800.MAMMOTH or any MMSA ticket counter (Canyon, Eagle or Main Lodge) and the Mountain Center (in The Village).
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