Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort

ShareTweet With just a few days left at Mammoth Mountain before departing clouds were in the forecast and there would be a few more chances to get shots of June Lake from the top of the June Mountain J1 chair and hopefully another cool sunset at Mono Lake.  The first order of business was to […]

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ShareTweet With more cloudy skies in the forecast for the Mammoth Lakes area, it was time to head back to the “Top of the Sierras” at the top of the Mammoth Mountain Gondola and go back to the Mono Lake South Tufas for more photos with different skies.  I started out at the Mammoth Lakes […]

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ShareTweet After starting to get organized to depart Mammoth Mountain for part of the day, the afternoon was free.  After an awesome couple hours of photos at the top of the Sierras at Mammoth Mountain looking down on Mammoth Lakes Basin, the Minarets and other mountain features a couple days ago it deserved at least […]

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ShareTweet Being on a bit of a budget, looking for stunning photos and having work to do for parts of some days, Devils Postpile National Monument is one place that is easy to access and close to the village at Mammoth Mountain near Royal Pines Resort (home for the past 6 weeks or so).  There […]

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ShareTweet Today was going to be an ambitious day at Mammoth Mountain!  The first journey in the morning would be up to Minaret Vista for photos in the morning (at night or sunset photos at Minaret Vista generally suck!), followed by a trip to June Lake and a ride up to the top of the […]

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ShareTweet After a day of exploring the Mono Lakes basin yesterday the early part of the day today was spent working on more articles for the site.  The work never ends!  The weather forecast was calling for rain and thundershowers, the perfect time to head down to the Mono Lake South Tufas to either get […]

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ShareTweet The day started out at the Mammoth Lakes library as many day have started out in the past when stating in Mammoth.  With no Internet access at Royal Pines Resort, the library provides a nice quiet, peaceful place to work and even offers up some nice scenic views right around the library.  Despite intending […]

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ShareTweet After a little bit of sleep in the car up by the Patriarch Grove at the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest the sun started to beam down through the windows of the car and started to bring the body back to consciousness.  The frigid air helped to speed up the wakeup process as well.  It […]

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ShareTweet After mulling over a side trip from Mammoth Mountain, I figured I’d head down to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest Near Big Pine, California, swing by Lone Pine California and the Alabama Hills and then pop down to Death Valley, stop by Scotty’s Castle (at least) and then make it back to Mammoth Mountain […]

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ShareTweet After an EPIC trip through countless National Parks from Alabama to Arizona last night marked the arrival at Mammoth Mountain just in time for the last day of the ski season on July 4th, 2011!  With all the snow the Eastern Sierras got over the last 8 months or so during the ski season, […]

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