The M Inn Mammoth

75 Joaquin Road, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

Death Valley to Mammoth Lakes

A travel blog entry by debbiemcampbell


13/07/13 Leaving DV and Mammoth Lakes

Woke at around 7am and decided to have breakfast at the hotel. It was ok and it was cheap. Once packed we set off for Darwin a supposed ghost town but I'm not sure how it is a ghost town when 47 people live there. We had to cross another mountain pass to get there and just before we reached the top my bottle went again and Deb had to take over the driving duties again.


Hunting for bears

A travel blog entry by susierich


... through the forest in the heat, we discovered that the water dries up in the summer and it's just a rock face, disappointing but still pretty impressive! We got back to the car and were pleased to find the bears hadn't found our stash of snacks we had hidden in the boot of the car! We then headed off on the long drive to Mammoth Lakes. More spectacular views as we watched the landscape change from mountains to meadows and lakes. We found ...

Yosemite Part II

A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson


This morning we woke up to the Merced river and the sunlight. It was absolutely wonderful. We ate breakfast and headed over to the Mariposa Grove to see the giant sequoia trees. There was too much more to the grove accept for the massive size of the trees. After the grove we drove to the visitors center an ate lunch. We went to the store and shops all along the part of the park by the visitors center. It like ...


A travel blog entry by mpmeyer74


... jusqu' au village Yosemite et après un arrêt café au fabuleux hôtel The Ahwahnee nous partons à travers le parc . Nous avons la chance de croiser deux superbes biches peu farouches qui se laissent photographier avant de détaller à travers les bois.

Je découvre Yosemite Falls , haute de 740 m , qui est généralement considérée comme la plus haute cascade en Amérique ...

Conservation success story at Mono Lake

A travel blog entry by nancydeb


... attachment happens. It sounds like an ideal PhD topic to me. The larva taste like buttery popcorn, apparently, and the native people would trade them with acorns from the Yosemite people. The name Mono comes from the Yosemite native language to mean larva eaters.

The lake is home to birds, including Californian gulls and grebes. There is an osprey pair who have a nest perced on one tufa and one tufa further out ...

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This B&B, located on 75 Joaquin Road, Mammoth Lakes, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Obsidian Dome, and Hot Creek Fish Hatchery.
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