Do you love biathlons, The Freightshakers, Irish drinks, extreme sports films and fresh powder?
If so,Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort is the place to be in March 2014 and we can help put you there. During the month, the fun-tastic ski resort and other venues in the surrounding area are hosting a series of events that’ll rock your snow boots off:
June Lake Winter Festival
One of them is the June Lake Winter Festival. It’s scheduled to go down February 28th through March 1st. There will be a dog sled full of activities taking place during the two day homage to winter. Among them are the Triple Threat Winter Triathlon, snow sculpture competition, snowmobiling rally and a laser shooting clinic.
Tahoe Adventure Film Festival
Tahoe Adventure Film Festival’s Road Tour Stop is up next. It’s anticipated to take place March 7th through the 8th at the Edison Theater. A few of the extreme sports flicks fans are hoping to see are Nike Snowboard’s Never Not 2, Colin Kennedy’s Quik, Mark Tipple’s Duct Tape Surfer and Big Up Productions’Spice Girl.
St. Patrick’s Day Party
On the 17th, you may want to grab your shillelagh and make your way to The Village at Mammoth too. The merchants there will be helping to host a St. Patrick’s Day celebration that’s sure to please. So be prepared to hit the shops, tackle the slopes and down a pint with friends.
Annual Winter Biathlon
Another big event on the horizon is the ...
The last few weeks we talked about skiing and snowboarding at Mammoth and June Mountain.
Photo by: Michael McDermott Photography 760.920.2406
However, they are not the only two enjoyable winter activities available in the Eastern Sierra. There are also plenty of places to go snowmobiling within easy access of our Mammoth Lakes condos.
In total, the Mammoth Lakes region is home to at least 80 incredible miles of groomed trails as well as ungroomed areas that people can explore alone or with a guide. Some of those trails are located within the Inyo National Forest’s Mammoth Lakes Ranger District. The ranger station is typically open daily, year round from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. It’s a good spot to stop and pick up trail status information.
Beginners may want to check out the Hot Creek Ski Trail. It offers fairly easy going terrain and a chance to see the Hot Creek Geological site. The site features various size hot springs. The list of other popular trails within the forest’s confines includes, but isn’t limited to Inyo Craters, Minaret Vista, Sherwin Creek, Crater Flat and the Bald Mountain Lookout.
The Bald Mountain Lookout trail has three main things of note, sweeping views, a 9,104 foot elevation and a small, quaint warming hut. So you may want to save it for end of your snowmobiling day. While you’re there, don’t forget to sign the guestbook and look at the signatures of those that have been there before.
If you don’t want to cart your own snowmobiling equipment to our Mammoth Lakes condos, you don’t have to. There are...
If you thought that the excitement of the U.S. Sprint Grand Prix was something else, you are going to love what’s coming up at Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in February 2014.
It’s the United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association’s beloved Unbound Series. Just in case you’re unaware of the event, here’s the super skinny:
The U.S. Snowboard and Freeski Association holds the Unbound Series each year. It includes a group of freeski and snowboarding events. Among them are the slopestyle, boardercross, halfpipe, skiercross, slalom and GS. There’s also a popular series of rail jams. The series’ participants have a chance to show off their skills, win medals and potentially qualify for the USASA Nationals.
As you can well imagine, the events attract young and old winter athletes from around the nation. Some come to watch and cheer on their favorite snowboarder or freeskier. Others come to participate in the various competitions as well as the raffle and swag giveaways.
This February, Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort will be hosting Unbound Series’ events on five nonconsecutive days. The first event is slated to kickoff on the 1st. The subsequent competitions will be held on the 8th, 9th and 23rd. We should also mention that an additional series event is planned for March 8th. Those interested in competing should contact the USASA directly for sign-up information.
Members of the 2013-2014 USASA Snowboard and Ski Teams are likely to be at Mammoth Mountain during the events. So visitors may get to rub ski or snowboard wax with celebrities too. The list of team members includes talented stars like Ethan Swadburg,...
Perfect Valentine's Day in Mammoth Lakes
Now that the December holidays are over, it won’t be long before that cute little cherub starts shooting his arrows at you. So we wanted to take a moment and suggest that you consider planning a romantic escape to Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort. “What’s so romantic about Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort?”, you may ask. Oh let us count all of the fabulous ways!
For starters, it features an onsite delight known as the Double Eagle Spa & Resort. The spa is an excellent place to partake of a Sierra cleansing facial, massage and pedicure. Afterward, you’re likely to feel ultra relaxed and in the mood to enjoy an intimate dinner at one of the resorts many restaurants.
One of our favorites is The Lakefront. Aptly named, it offers couples unfettered views of the lake, sumptuous foods, sinful desserts, fine wines and few distractions. Perhaps you saw it highlighted in previous issues of Sunset Magazine, the New York Times and Bon Appétit. Either way, there are less than a dozen tables in the entire place. So if you do decide to dine there, be sure to call ahead and reserve one of them.
If you want to enjoy a bit of Mammoth Lake’s post-dinner nightlife, you may want to try the Underground too. It’s a rocking lounge/gastro pub that features live entertainment and stays open until 2 a.m. Fridays are one of the best nights to visit, thanks to FILTER Magazine. That’s the evening that they use the venue’s stage to showcase hot up and comers like Fidlar, Bleached, Danny Brown and the Duffle Bag Divas.
There’s also plenty of high-end shopping on offer. Although that may not sound romantic...
If you have rental property in the Mammoth Lakes, CA area, you may feel overwhelmed when it comes to finding the right tenant.
You no longer have to struggle with doing so because Sierra Resort Property Management is here to help. Founded by Maggie Larson, an experienced broker associate, Sierra Resort Property Management will help take the worry out of renting property so that you can be free to focus on other things.
This agency serves property owners in Inyo and Mono counties by helping them find long-term tenants. A few of the things we can take care of for you include:
- Screening tenants
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While we offer all of these services to our clients, we also understand that each person’s needs are different when it comes to property management. As such, we are willing to tailor our approach in order to meet your specific needs. You can take comfort in knowing that your property will be well looked after so that you can focus on other things instead.
There could be a number of reasons why you might need property management services. Perhaps you live outside the area and are therefore unable to oversee your property as you would like. You may have several rental homes that require a great deal of time to look after, and need someone to help as a result. You could just need someone because you don’t quite understand the ins and outs of property management yourself. No matter what your reason for needing our services are, you’ll find that we are more than capable of meeting your needs.
If you’re tired of struggling to find the right tenants or keep up with the maintenance...