Tag: #travel

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 0

El Nino or La Nina?

El Nino or La Nina?

As always, each year during fall, snow junkies are glued to the weather channel. Waiting anxiously for the moment until someone releases the news that it’s going to be an El Nino or La Nina winter season. If you know someone who is always traveling to ski the best snowy mountain, they’re probably always talking…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-08-23 Off

How Millennials Are Shaping More Then Just Society

How Millennials Are Shaping More Then Just Society

Over the years, Millennials have received a bad connotation about their generation. Being accused “lazy, un-motivated, stubborn, and most importantly, ENTITLED.” An article published by The Skift talks about how the Millennial mindset works and how they are reshaping the travel and consumer industry. Reading further into this article, I was pleasantly surprised to read…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-07-19 Off

Important MMH Airline Update!

Important MMH Airline Update!

As many of you may know, on May 17th we were informed that Alaska Airlines will no longer be offering flight service to Mammoth Lakes, CA. (CLICK HERE to read why they are discontinuing MMH flights) As we all waited patiently to hear what would happen next, the news has finally arrived! It’s official, Mammoth…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-07-11 Off