Off-Highway Drives Trails Near Mammoth Lakes, CA
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Off-Highway Drives Trails Near Mammoth Lakes, CA

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Mammoth Lakes has 14 off-highway-drives trails. These trails range from 0 to 80 miles in length. The most popular trails are Laurel Lakes Trail, Laurel Canyon and Laurel Lakes. Trails.com member Rudy S. recently completed San Joaquin Ridge. See all Mammoth Lakes trails.
Best Trails in Mammoth Lakes 14 Results
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Another bathtub-sized pool fed by a natural hot spring in the Eastern Sierra. A little ...
The ultimate in SUV adventure roads. Challenging but not overwhelming with breathtaking ...
Explore a fun maze of forest roads around Mammoth Lakes featuring overlooks of the area. ...
A short but stunningly beautiful trip that reaches an elevation over 10,000 feet directly ...
This 2500-foot climb over 5 miles of trail is only for very fit, hardcore hikers and their ...
Another fantastic tub created by the diversion of hot spring water into a small concrete ...
This is a short yet terrific drive to over 10,000 feet, where you’ll have a head-spinning ...
You will cross the wooded, volcanic landscape of the 75-square-mile Long Valley Caldera ...
This is a spectacular and convenient 4WD sojourn from U.S. 395 and Mammoth Lakes, up a ...
Convict Lake is one of the most popular day trips from Mammoth Lakes. The lake has parking ...
Although the 4WD section of this trail is only 5 miles long, do not underestimate the ...
This formed trail winds through Jeffrey pine forests around Deer Mountain and the Inyo ...
Kelty Meadows Trail is narrow, barely single-vehicle width for most of the way, but it ...
The section of Inyo National Forest east of US 395, part of the Great Basin’s Basin and ...
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