Cinnamon Bear Inn

Address: 113 Center Street, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 113 Center Street, Mammoth Lakes, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Obsidian Dome, and Hot Creek Fish Hatchery.
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      Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

      Nevada Day Trip II

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 28, 2014

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      ... The lowest point of Death Valley was called Badwater Basin and this is I believe 282 feet below sea level. It is the lowest point in the America's The crazy thing about it is that the highest point of the continental US is Mt Whitney, which is only 82 miles from here, so the lowest and highest point in the continental US are only 100 miles apart. The basin is marked quite clearly for tourists and has a sign here for ...

      Bike Trip (Day 7) Panamint Springs to Mammoth

      A travel blog entry by culvy on Oct 18, 2013

      13 photos

      Another incredible day out on the open road!

      We left Panamint Springs behind and travelled through to Mammoth (a ski town up in the mountains). Had amazing views all morning as we rode parallel to the Sierra Nevadas (snow covered mountain ranges).

      Morning tea was in the town of Bishop, quite a change to see so many people in one place compared to the last 24 ...

      Yosemite National Park

      A travel blog entry by jonmatters on Aug 13, 2013

      36 photos

      ... it more than worth it. From here, you look into Yosemite Valley, with Half Dome jutting up just a few miles away. With binoculars, you can make out all the people hiking up Half Dome, slowly climbing up the long stretch of cables. You will see them in the close-up picture I’ve included below. After this hike, I was sufficiently tired to not continue to other regions of the park, and since I live nearby, this is one National Park I can visit more frequently. Well, for now, the ...

      Spectacular cliffs

      A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel on Sep 05, 2012

      44 photos

      ... this was nothing compared to Sonora Pass. Not long after this statement I realised that we were going into familiar territory. Roads were quite high with tight turns, steep slopes and drops with unguarded edges. After about 30 minutes of driving I told Jason to drive as I couldn't handle it anymore. This I think was the beginning of my anxiety attack that was to come... oh no! Now Jason had not driven ...

      Running the Gauntlet.

      A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jul 27, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... four hundred yards away - and stopped at the first place we saw: The Sierra Inn. It was very busy inside and we were reminded again that this was Friday night, a holiday destination and the middle of summer. There was a band setting-up downstairs and a two-piece outfit upstairs. Guess what? We drank beer and ate burgers!

      It was warm back in the cabin, but not too bad. You could say that we were asleep before our heads touched the pillows. It certainly felt like that.