Tamarack Lodge and Resort

Address: 163 Twin Lakes Road, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 163 Twin Lakes Road, Mammoth Lakes, is near Mono Lake, Mammoth Mountain, Obsidian Dome, and Sierra Star Golf Club.
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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 ...

    Silver Lake Scampin'

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 30, 2014

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    ... and look at the sky, the star gazing was supposed to be incredible there. Alas, the wind never died down, we had no fire and it was too blustery to even sit outside and look at the stars. However, the glimpses I caught of the sky on my trips to the bathrooms were pretty incredible.
    The next morning we woke up and cooked a big meal of breakfast burritos and were ready to do some short hikes in the surrounding Ansel Adams Wilderness area. To our ...

    Red's Meadow Resupply

    A travel blog entry by kalchalker on Jun 24, 2013

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    ... day hikers gasping for air from the cracked windows. The poor little girl sitting at my waist level covered her face with her shirt. Never have I reeked of such a potent blend of a life-well-lived. The jokes then began to fly. The twenty minute cottage cheese, rotten fish, and boiled cabbage bus ride was over soon enough. A heavenly delicious meal was had in town and a long, heavy sleep followed in the luxuries of Motel 6.

    Journey to Mammoth Lakes

    A travel blog entry by usaroadtrip2013 on Apr 30, 2013

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    ... in America comes in large, larger or super sized (honestly, it was a nightmare trying to find washing up liquid in anything less than a gallon), we were all well fed for the rest of the day. We arrived in Mammoth about tea time, hooked up (we're nearly experts now) and headed out the village. Having reached the village to learn ski season has closed early this year, we ...

    Lee Vining: Among Millions of Flies at Mono Lake

    A travel blog entry by thirsty-boots on Sep 06, 2012

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    ... to be nourished. As a result of this overuse, the lake could no longer sustain life; at 2.5 times the salt level of the ocean, nothing but brine shrimp could survive in such a harsh environment. Towers of calcium carbonate called “tufas” protrude out of the lake giving the area its signature eerie look of being in an alien world.

    At the intersection of Tioga Road (Route 120) and California Route 395, there is a Mobile Gas Station that ...