Tag: skiing

How to Plan a Vacation on a Budget

How to Plan a Vacation on a Budget

The majority of people today have a passion for travel. Some enjoy to travel far, others prefer to travel near. No matter where you want to go, traveling can get very expensive. Between the cost of gas, airfare, food, hotels, and activities, travel can get unaffordable at times. Luckily with the travel experience I have,…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-01-15 Off

Why Everyone Should Travel to Mammoth

Why Everyone Should Travel to Mammoth

“The mountains are calling, and I must go…” Said John Muir, a renowned writer, naturalist and adventure. To anyone who loves the great outdoors, this quote will hit home. I want to share with you a glimpse of my most favorite place on Earth; Mammoth Lakes, CA. The outstanding geographical history of the mountain, all…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-12-29 Off

Do your Turkey Trot?

Do your Turkey Trot?

Thanksgiving is two days away! Wanting to stuff your belly with delicious food but also want to join in on the health and fitness community? Your in luck! At 12:00am on the 22nd and 23rd of November, at Mammoth Creek Park, Mammoth Lakes is hosting it’s annual “Turkey Trot” a two-mile race that’s finished with…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-11-10 Off

The Winter of 16/17 In Review

The Winter of 16/17 In Review

Over 600″ of snow! As we leave Summer to enter into Fall and see Winter fast approaching, lets put last Winter into perspective and what really went on. Mammoth got over 600″ of snow and we were skiing till into August! Wahooooo. The Winter in photos. Click the link to see the Winter of 16/17 http://bit.ly/2qxE422 Twenty years from…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-09-12 Off

A snowy, showy June in Mammoth

A snowy, showy June in Mammoth

(Photo by Josh Wray | Mammoth Lakes Tourism) Where else in the country can you get summer and winter activities within a mile of one another? Nowhere except good ol’ Mammoth Lakes, that’s where. The mountain reports that 63 ski trails are currently open, with a base of 65-220 inches. This deep snowpack is what will maintain…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-06-16 Off