The Lodges

Address: 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 4, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 4, Mammoth Lakes, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Hot Creek Fish Hatchery, and Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center.
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth bumps and bruises all over bodie

A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Sep 09, 2014

... to go cycling which I love but mountain biking down the largest mountain in the state down the normally snow covered ski slopes. It was called Mammoth lakes and it was mammoth. This is the new craze. I think the word craze should have a 'y' exchanged for e. Yes it was fun, yes it was good for the heart and lungs but my goodness I am only here typing today because of my helmet and luck. The first run, after going up the mountain on a gondola with my bike, was fine. Challenging and ...

7 May 2014 - Yosemite to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by bec_mark on May 07, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... half hours driving we handed the car back to get a free day paid back to us because our heater never worked properly. Catching the free shuttle to our hotel we checked in for night and headed to Ihop for dinner. After dinner it was back to our room for an early night as we had to get up at 3.30am for our 4.10 am shuttle pick up to the airport on our way to New York! We are looking so forward to New York as our hotel looks very nice in the ...

Cute little mountain village

A travel blog entry by pestef on Jun 29, 2013

19 photos

... of the length of the Tioga Road, down to Tunnel View and the North and Southern Drives. Tell you the truth, the drive was nice enough. We did get out for a couple of choice photos, but didn't bother to do too much else. On the way back out of the park, we stopped to have a fag, and a little friend came to say hello - our first Groundhog - sooooo cute! But of course, just as we got the camera from the car, it disappeared under a car. ...

A Tale of Some Lakes

A travel blog entry by allenfam on Sep 26, 2012

8 photos

... of the eastern Sierra Nevada, arriving at the little town on Lee Vining on Highway 395, close to the Nevada border. Lee Vining is not notable except for its proximity to Mono Lake, North America's second-oldest lake. Mono Lake is actually an inland sea, salty and alkaline. While five streams feed the lake, it has no outlet, so minerals that enter the lake's waters don't leave. It's 2.5 times more salty than the ocean. But what makes Mono Lake ...

On the edge of our seat!

A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel on Sep 04, 2012

14 photos

... of nowhere, where we thought we saw civilisation again, we found in the middle of nowhere the US marine Corps high altitude training centre. We reached a small town, where we filled up the tank with petrol and continued on our journey until we came across Mono Lake. Looks like one of the good things about taking the Pass was we would get to see this Lake. Jase has seen a few pics of this lake before. We detoured to have a look, ...

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