Excellent location. Very scenic. Cabin was nice but could use some paint and minor repairs. Wifi worked good but not the best bandwidth. The only restaurant on the property is high-class and expensive. It's very good but would like to see other options.
We stayed at this condo with our family of 5 and grandparents for a total of 7. It was gorgeous, clean and outfitted with everything we needed. There is plenty to keep you busy in the area for sure. Would definitely come back to stay.
Although the town of Mammoth was filled with smoke during the week we visited, the condo provided a comfortable refuge and made the stay that otherwise would have been abandoned tolerable. The condo is beautifully decorated and well kept. Would stay there again.
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Very nice stay. Enjoyed the DVD documentary on Dave McCoy.
Revel in the miracles of nature at Crystal Lake Trailhead.
While you might not have heard of Mammoth Lakes, the place it calls home, you'll probably be familiar with the state capital, Sacramento, 150 miles away.
With 2 hotels in the immediate vicinity, you shouldn't have a problem choosing one that satisfies your tastes. The Tamarack Lodge Resort and Edelweiss Lodge are some good candidates, and they're only 2 miles from Crystal Lake Trailhead.
Travelers on a budget can select from a couple of low-cost hotels that are not too far away. Some establishments that come highly recommended include the Innsbruck Lodge and the Quality Inn Mammoth Lakes.
Boost your chances of getting a good night's sleep by opting to stay at one of the upmarket hotels, located just a few minutes away away. Drop your bags and then capitalize on the excellent amenities at the Westin Monache Resort, Mammoth. One more enticing establishment is the Obsidian Residence Club.
Whether you are planning to stroll all day or you simply want to sit down in a comfortable space, Pokonobe Resort (Lakes Basin Bike Path, Mammoth Lakes) offers up sweets and coffee to get you through the morning. It's only 0.6 miles from Crystal Lake Trailhead.