Yeah yeah, we know, museums, yawn. But this is different, we promise. Take in 500 years of skiing history including an extensive collection of vintage Mammoth photos and equipment as well as historical skiing artifacts from the Eastern Sierra. The sheer amount of skiing equipment, photography, and literature here is staggering and the rotating exhibits are impressive. The Mammoth Ski Museum also screens the film “Mammoth Dreams” chronicling the founding of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in their Pioneer Theater daily, a must see for any and all ski fanatics.
From quick 50-minute jaunts to multiple-day overnight excursions, Mammoth Dog Teams has a little something for everyone.
Dog sledding is more than an arduous multiday event in the Alaskan wilderness. Mammoth Dog Teams maintains an experienced crew of 37 dogs ready and panting to take your family on a beautiful and thrilling adventure into the wilds of the Eastern Sierra. From quick 50-minute jaunts to multiple-day overnight excursions, Mammoth Dog Teams has a little something for everyone. Learn about the history (stretching back to the late 1920’s in the Mammoth area) and inner-workings of a sled dog team as you mush along through some of the most scenic country in California.
Rope-tow access to sledding means you don't have to hike back up.
You know the hardest part about sledding? It’s getting to the bottom of the hill, excited from the rush of flying downhill only to realize that now you’ve got to tromp back up the hill to do it again. Sledz takes out that extra effort, providing full rope-tow access to their tubing hill on Minaret road, on the way to the Main Lodge. Experience the thrilling rush of flying down the mountain in a safe and friendly environment. Sledz is cash only though so make sure to hit the ATM back in town.