Sierra Star golf course and Snowcreek golf course bring incredible views of The Sherwin Mountains and Mammoth Mountain to your game.
Golfing at higher elevations offers it's own unique challenges and rewards. Playing on the Mammoth Lakes golf courses also means a visually stunning golfing experience surrounded by the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains. Professionals and new golfers alike will enjoy improving their skills on our great courses.
Because these courses are situated at the highest elevation in the state of California, they draw their fair share of golfers from around the state. They come for the challenge, but they linger over the stunning views of the White Mountains, The Sherwin Mountains and Mammoth Mountain that make for an amazing background to your game.
Sierra Star Golf Course
Known to be a challenging 18-hole, par-71 course where you will play amongst beautiful lakes and on fairways lined with mature trees that will make for a peaceful day on the links. At this elevation you can expect the most amazing blue skies, mountain views everywhere you look and even views of various mountain wildlife that frequent the area. You could see a bear fishing at a stream or a doe and fawn standing at the edge of the green admiring the view.
Snowcreek Golf Course
This 9 hole, par-35 course is designed to accommodate golfers of all abilities and is located in the visually spectacular Mammoth Meadows. Here, you will play surrounding by the gentle babbling of the brook that winds it's way amongst the wildflowers that blanket the ground to the horizon....
The mountains of Mammoth Lakes are a luxurious, breathtaking backdrop for residential properties in the area. Purchasing or renting Mammoth real estate will provide you with an elegant home in captivating surroundings that offer an endless supply of outdoor activities all year round.
If you’re interested in purchasing or renting property in Mammoth or Bishop than contact Maggie Larson at Eastern Sierra Property Management – their staff will ensure the process of looking for a new home is both enjoyable and exciting for you. They’ll assist you in taking care of the painstaking details which will leave you more time to plan out all the fun aspects of your new home’s location, layout and decor.
Eastern Sierra Property Management offers exclusive listings for condo’s, homes, foreclosed properties, rentals and multi-family residences in the area. They can assist you in determining the current value of your home and the appropriate selling price (if you would like to list your property with them), they will also keep you current on available real estate with free email alerts for new properties you may be interested in and they offer a free relocation guide if you will be transitioning to the Eastern Sierra area. In short, they’re available to assist you with every stage of your listing, purchase and relocation!
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Mammoth Mountain Kamikaze Bike Games
Shout out to Wayne Croasdale former World Champion winning his downhill Championship on the world renown Kamikaze downhill course racing for Specialized. See you there ~
Mammoth Lakes Rentals at Cabins in Crooked Pines on the 18th Fairway at Sierra Star Golf Course courtesy of Maggie Larson owner of Eastern Sierra Property Management
One year lease - $2150.00 mo. Contact Maggie Larson for details (855) GO-MAGGIE Impeccable 2 bedroom, 2 bath on the 18th Fairway. Highly desirable unit in quiet neighborhood on cul-de-sac. Golf course frontage, private exterior balconies with great amenities which include hot tub, Barbeque, fire pit and picnic tables. Interior design features: Granite, knotty pine cabinetry, slate, gas fireplace, stainless GE profile appliances and wood blinds. Underground parking with elevator and walking distance to Eagle Lodge. Rent includes propane heat, water, trash & snow removal. Tenant pays electric, cable & internet. Pets negotiable~
Mammoth Lakes and Bishop CA offers many streams for fishing in the Eastern Sierra. Welcome to trout fishing at it's finest! Whether you love the physicality of fly fishing or the absolute laziness of shore fishing with a bobber and Power Bait, Inyo County offers many beautiful mountain lakes and streams that will please every member of your family. Located on the east side of the Sierra's, the county line even encompasses Mt. Whitney, the highest mountain in the nation at almost 14,500 feet. These waters are the epitome of high-altitude fishing.
This area gets some very heavy snowfalls, the Mammoth Ranger Station lists the average annual snowfall at just about 200 inches. This snowmelt each year is what feeds the streams and rivers with some of the purest water you can fish. There are so many streams and lakes to choose from and they all promise the possibility of landing a trophy trout.
This is a great lake to make camp because there are so many other lakes within a close area that you can also explore. The area is known as the Little Lakes Valley and includes Long Lake, Heart Lake and Box Lake. There are even a few nameless lakes to be found off trail but pay close attention to the signage as the Parks Department often works reclaiming habitat in this area. At Chickenfoot Lake you can fish from over a mile of shoreline for Brook or Rainbow Trout.
Uncertainty over the fiscal cliff negotiations did little to shake consumers’ confidence about housing in December, according to the results from Fannie Mae’s latest National Housing Survey.
Consumers continued to show increased optimism toward home price, rental price, and mortgage rate expectations, a sign that home purchase activity may see a boost in the coming months.
“Combined with consumers’ growing mortgage rate and rental price increase expectations, the positive home price outlook could incentivize those waiting on the sidelines of the housing market to buy a home sooner rather than later and thus support continued housing acceleration,” said Doug Duncan, SVP and chief economist at Fannie Mae.
The average 12-month home price change expectation jumped from 1.7 percent in November to 2.6 percent in December, the highest level since the survey’s inception in 2010. To compare, the average price change expectation a year earlier was only 0.8 percent.
The share of respondents who believe home prices will rise over the next year also reached its highest recorded level, increasing 6 percentage points to 43 percent. The share of those expecting price declines fell to 11 percent, while the share who believe prices will stay more or less the same fell to 40 percent.
Twenty-one percent of respondents said now is a good time to sell, a decrease of 2 percentage points from November’s record high but still 10 percentage points above the December 2011 survey. The number of respondents who said now is a good time to buy decreased slightly to 71 percent, staying within the small range seen throughout 2012.
Happy New Year from Mammoth Lakes CA
First I would like to wish everyone a warm and safe winter while enjoying plenty of snow here in Mammoth Lakes, CA. I am very excited to end 2012 with a bang here in the Eastern Sierra. Reaching for new standards, our team at Resort Property Realty, Inc is here to assist you with all your real estate needs servicing Inyo and Mono counties.
It thrills me to have fresh ideas and new goals for 2013. This past year I have had the pleasure of meeting many wonderful new clients & friends both locally and afar. It has refreshed my spirit to present innovative and creative ideas to buyers and sellers in our local marketplace. It is always a pleasure to welcome new faces here in the Eastern Sierra. Get out today and enjoy the day with family and friends at the world renown ski resort Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort.
Mammoth is off to a roaring start boasting the most open terrain in the US. Out last storm dumped 4-6 feet of new snow, Mammoth Mountain will be opening 100% this Friday, December 7th.
Bishop California is a picturesque town nestled at the base of the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. The surrounding area has a population of approximately 11,000 residents and sits at an elevation of 4,147 feet. Bishop is a popular destination point for recreational enthusiasts including, rock climbers, hikers, skiers, hunter, fisherman, landscape photographers, OHV riders and rock hounds. With some of the world’s most scenic views bishop has easy access to Mt. Whitney, Death Valley, Yosemite and Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort.
With so much to do on any given day it is truly a blessing to be surrounding by God’s most beautiful creations. Depending on the ages of your children there are so many different choices available to you. Whether you like hiking, biking, skiing or fishing the Eastern Sierra has something to offer to all ages.
Imagine having the availability at any given time to jump in your car after school on a Friday, drive only minutes to evergreen forests, hike in majestic mountains, and fish in a variety of local lakes or sit in a natural hot spring with the joys of your life.
Keough’s Hot Springs is one of my favorite destinations after a long hard work week. This magnificent gem was established in 1919 and is a one of a kind experience as the largest natural hot springs pool in the Eastern Sierra.
For the more adventurous type Mount Whitney is just minutes away. Mount Whitney is the highest mountain in the contiguous United States or the lower 48 states. The only American mountains higher than Whitney are in Alaska, which has seven higher peaks including Denali. Mount Whitney is the second highest ultra-prominent peak in the lower 48 U.S. states with 10,071 feet of prominence and the 81st most prominent peak in the world. The 10.7-mile Mount Whitney Trail, 22 miles round-trip, is the most popular route to the summit. It gains 6,100...
Living in the Eastern Sierra. Autumn always beckons me to load up my children and head up the endless highway to see what little treasures are reserved for us this time of year in the beautiful Eastern Sierra. Each year my children complain, 'Mom do we have to do this again?' Of course the answer is always the same. 'Yes' we do. Unfortunately, with our busy schedules it isn’t that easy to coordinate all five children anymore at any one given time especially for something as trivial as 'Mom’s yearly family photo session.' It's my favorite season when the warm air becomes cool and crisp with the leaves turning into canvases of yellow, orange, red and rust. Autumn, with all its beauty, calls us to enjoy the great outdoors and is the perfect setting for a beautiful family photo and Christmas card.
We almost missed the colors that beautiful afternoon with Homecoming setup in the morning and a two game soccer tournament in the afternoon. Somehow, we managed to load it up and head out for Mom’s yearly photo shoot by 4:00p.m. With the kids in tow, lip gloss in pocket, and our dog jumping for joy to be able to go for a car ride we were ready and on the road.
The colors were fading fast. The wind and cold snap pretty much denuded the trees. There were still spots of color in the canyons but the winds had taken their toll. Upper Rock creek was basically gone. There were a couple of good stands below East fork but the road was covered with leaves. Within minutes we had arrived at the perfect spot.
Now I would recommend a strategically planned photo session but unfortunately our busy lives don’t warrant such a perfectly orchestrated event. Nonetheless, we did find our magical spot hence I did get my favorite photo of the year minus my eldest son. I will try again next year but to me this is a priceless photo of my beautiful children in the fall of 2011. Not too bad for a mother who is a Realtor with a camera that fits in my back pocket next...