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A Gem Where The Gold Is Gone

A Gem Where The Gold Is Gone

The land is parched with shrubs scattered here and there. The surrounding hills are rolling and the wind that passes through this places is ice cold in the winter and chilling warming in the summer months. Chilling warming you might think how is that possible? This can be best described by a quote from F.M. Warrington…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-09-13 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

Biking & Hiking in Mammoth

Biking & Hiking in Mammoth

(Photo by Josh Wray | Mammoth Lakes Tourism) I recently came across an article about Mammoth Lakes in the Las Vegas Review Journal in which the writer boasts about the cool Mammoth summers, unlimited sightseeing, and “best hiking and mountain-biking paradises in the state” in the area. “That’s my town, that’s my town!” I wanted to…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-06-13 Off