Category: Things to do

Things to do in Mammoth.

Meet The CEO of Nomadness Rentals

Meet The CEO of Nomadness Rentals

You have your favorite coffee shop, your favorite shoe store, your favorite restaurant, etc. If you travel a lot you must have your favorite hotel or vacation rental…right? Well, of course you do! It’s easy to say the majority of our customers call us their favorite vacation rental agency and often times consider us before…

By The Nomadness Team 2019-01-18 Off

More Snow, More Fun…Fly To Mammoth!

More Snow, More Fun…Fly To Mammoth!

Over the past couple months, Mammoth Mountain has received mounds and mounds of snow, totaling to a staggering 16+ feet of fresh snow and more continues to fall each week! With everyone trying to rush to the mountains to spend the moments they can in the unbelievable powder mother nature has brought to Mammoth Lakes,…

By The Nomadness Team 2019-01-14 Off

5 Things To Get Stoked About This Season!

5 Things To Get Stoked About This Season!

The holidays are around the corner and so is the winter snow season. With both of these things headed our way, our mountain towns are getting decked out, hosting special events, and prepping for the incoming snow. Keep reading to find out what everyone is hyped for!   Halloween Whether you’re into trick-or-treating, dressing up…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-10-10 Off

Weekly Hot Spot: The John Muir Trail

Weekly Hot Spot: The John Muir Trail

Backpackers, hikers, and avid outdoorsmen from all over the world travel to Mammoth Lakes, California just to explore The John Muir Trail. The amazing and world renown hiking trail is one of the best mountain ranges you can explore in the nation.   Historical Overview: In 1982 the Sierra Club was founded by a man…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-09-21 Off

Walk Inside San Andres Fault

Walk Inside San Andres Fault

Many of you may know Mammoth Lakes, California as a place to travel during winter or summer for fun activities such as skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and hiking. Although, what most people are unaware of is that the San Andres Fault Line runs right through Mammoth. Not only do you get to view this giant…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-09-20 Off