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June 2022


Discover the Best Mammoth Lakes Bike Trails

When the snow melts in Mammoth Lakes, the ski trails transform into an impressive collection of biking trails. The Mammoth Bike Park is the perfect place to start your summer adventure, with over 80 miles of trails ranging from easy to expert. And for those who seek even more adventure, you can discover over 300 miles of paths on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System. Explore the Mammoth Lakes bike trails this summer and pedal past alpine meadows as you take in picturesque views of the Eastern Sierras. Stay with us at Snowcreek Resort and embark on your cycling adventure from our resort.

Mammoth Mountain Bike Park

The Mammoth Mountain Bike Park has trails for every age and ability level. Embark on a leisurely kid-friendly ride or challenge yourself on the jumps and drops on the expert trails. Bike Trail Map

  • Discovery Trail: This trail is perfect for beginners with smooth terrain and gradual slopes. 

  • Off the Top: This intermediate trail is just over five miles downhill and offers incredible views of the Ritter Ranges, the Minarets, and Mono Lake.

  • Kamikaze: Hit the trail where mountain biking began on the three-mile Kamikaze route, known for adrenaline-pumping downhill rides.

  • Paper Route: This is the most popular cross-country Mammoth Lakes bike trail. The rolling terrain winds through pine forests and offers fast downhills and switchbacks.

Mammoth Lakes Public Access Trails

The Mammoth Lakes Trail System offers 300 miles of trails that range from soft surfaces to paved paths. Easily access these trails from the center of town and plan your adventure based on your skill level.

  • Lakes Basin Path: This 5-mile multi-use paved path is an excellent way to travel from downtown Mammoth to popular recreational destinations like Horseshoe Lake.

  • Horseshoe Lake Loop: This loop is just under two miles and is ideal for families and beginners. 

  • Mammoth Rock Trail: This historic trail is easily accessible from Snowcreek Resort and winds along the steep contour of the Sherwin Range and a limestone monolith.  

  • Inyo Craters Loop: Although this loop is over 10 miles long, the trail is relatively easy. The Inyo Craters were formed by volcanic explosions over 600 years ago, leaving behind craters containing small lakes you can bike past today.

Discover Our Mammoth Lakes Vacation Rentals

Get out and explore the great outdoors on the Mammoth Lakes bike trails this summer! Whether you are looking for a family-friendly ride or a challenging bike up the mountains, there are trails for every type of cyclist. At the end of the day, return to Snowcreek Resort and relax in our spacious Mammoth Lakes vacation rentals. We can’t wait to welcome your family to our summer mountain escape!