7 Kinds of Guests to Attract

7 Kinds of Guests to Attract

The most important thing in a vacation rental is versatility. So how can homeowners appeal to different kinds of guests? Read on to find out the most common types of renters and how to make your property more attractive for these individuals: #1) Young Families These kinds of guests in general tend to prefer vacation…

By The Nomadness Team 2016-12-27 Off

Christmas snow is coming!

Christmas snow is coming!

This past weekend, nearly four feet of snow fell on upper Mammoth Mountain. That’s officially twice as much snow as Lake Tahoe this season! Cool temperatures are expected to continue through Thursday, with another significant storm bringing fresh pow to town on Christmas day. It’s going to be a White Christmas in Mammoth indeed! If…

By The Nomadness Team 2016-12-19 Off

#SNOWmadness in Mammoth

#SNOWmadness in Mammoth

It’s #SNOWmadness in Mammoth. Just this morning, 4-6″ of fresh snow fell on the town and a snowy week is expected ahead! At least one to two more feet of snow are expected at high elevations tonight. If this doesn’t mark the start of some serious Mammoth Lakes skiing fun, we don’t know what does. Make…

By The Nomadness Team 2016-12-08 Off

Ready, set, SKI!

Ready, set, SKI!

Mammoth Mountain Skiing Mammoth was founded in 1953 on the concept that everyone can have fun on the snow and what better place than Mammoth with its diverse terrains, bountiful snow (average over 500″) and 300 sunny days a year. Mammoth Mountain offers over 150trails with 29 Lifts ( 9 Express Quads) to truly make…

By The Nomadness Team 2016-12-07 Off

Snowiest fall since 1984

Snowiest fall since 1984

This past weekend, the LA Times reported that the Sierra Nevada has seen one of the wettest and snowiest falls since 1984. They’re calling it a “good omen for the water year ahead.” So, prepare to hit the slopes and shred the mountain! For those of you planning a ski trip up to Mammoth this…

By The Nomadness Team 2016-12-06 Off

SNOWBOARDING: Shred the Mountain

SNOWBOARDING: Shred the Mountain

There is no better place to snowboard then the Eastern Sierra’s, Mammoth and June Mountains. Mammoth Mountain’s average snow fall is 500″ (607″ in 2004/05 and 668″ in 2005/06) and 3,500 skiable acres and 150 trail and 29 lifts. See things to do “Skiing” for complete information on Mammoth Mountain. Mammmoth Mountain has the UNBOUND…

By The Nomadness Team 2016-12-05 Off