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Tucked in a pine forest behind Main Lodge, the Mammoth Mountain Chalets are charming cabins with all the comforts of home. Located at 9000 feet in the Eastern Sierra Nevada and surrounded by Inyo National Forest land, the year-round accommodations are ideally located close to amenities yet in a quiet and secluded setting.
Surrounded by pure wilderness you can experience nature from your own private cabin. You might see deer out your front door or red-tailed hawks soaring high above.
The slopeside cabins are ski-in ski-out in the winter and there are hiking and mountain biking trails out the front door in the summer.
A Family Tradition
The majority of the reservations at Mammoth Mountain Chalets are from previous guests returning to continue what has become a tradition for their family and friends, creating life long memories.
In the summer enjoy hiking to Rainbow Falls together or mountain biking the Downtown trail. Walk next door to the Adventure Center for fun on the climbing wall, bungee trampoline, or zip line.
Winter is all about snowsports in this wonderland. Ride the gondola to the top of California’s highest ski resort and snap a family photo at the summit. Ski back to your cabin for lunch and warm up the fire.
You can enjoy being in the woods with a glass of wine or hot chocolate on your private deck while the kids go sledding and play in the snow. All this is just outside your front door.
Whatever season you choose for your family vacation in Mammoth, there is something to do for everyone and a lasting memory around every bend in the trail.
Pet Friendly Lodging in Mammoth
Please don’t leave Fido at home. He heard about the dog treats at Stellar Brew on Dogbook. He loves sniffing pine trees, running free, and howling at the moon as much as you do. And Fido is, after all, part of the family.
The surrounding forest behind the cabins offer ample space for dogs to run, and in the winter groomed trails provide easy walking on the snow. Not all of the Mammoth Mountain Chalets are pet friendly cabins, but many of them are.
Your Home away from home
The Mammoth Mountain Chalets are charming and rustic cabins offering all the amenities of home.
Each chalet has a dining area and fully equipped kitchen with all the cooking utensils and dinnerware you need to prepare a great home cooked meal.
A wood-burning fireplace stocked with firewood makes the cabins feel cozy and the deck offers an outside space to relax and enjoy the views of the summit and surrounding forest.
Our onsite managers are there for you if you have any questions or need something. Join us to experience the wonders of Mammoth Lakes and have an amazing and memorable vacation.
Mammoth Mountain Chalets
From Hwy 395 to The Mammoth Mountain Chalets
Once you exit Hwy 395 onto Hwy 203 towards Mammoth, continue straight past the first traffic light, Old Mammoth Road. Continue through town to the next traffic light and turn RIGHT at the signal (Mammoth Brewery – a big bear sign is on the corner). You will still be on 203 (or Minaret Road). Go 4 miles up the mountain to the Main Lodge and ski area. Once you get towards the top you will see the Main Lodge facility on your left and the Mammoth Mountain Inn on your right. The Chalets entrance then depends on snowfall – See below.
During winter, Hwy 203 is closed just after the entrance to the Inn. Turn RIGHT to the Mammoth Mountain Inn entrance. Drive past the ‘guard house” (if stopped just tell them you’re going to the Chalets) and around the curve to the left. When you reach the Inn’s main entrance you will stay to the left side of their parking lot. Our entrance is at the top of the parking lot and you will make a right into our driveway/parking lot. Drive all the way through our parking lot up to our office on the LEFT (you will see our office sign).
During summer drive past the Inn on Hwy 203 and just after the ski chair lift you will see our entrance on the RIGHT. Turn RIGHT into our driveway/parking lot. Drive all the way through our parking lot up to our office on the LEFT (you will see our office sign).
From Los Angeles
Driving from Southern California will take approximately 5-6 hours depending on your location. Take the 405 freeway north to the 5 freeway north to Highway 14 north through the Santa Clarita Valley to Highway 395 north. Exit on Highway 203 to Mammoth Lakes.
From San Diego / Orange County
Driving from the San Diego area will take approximately 7 hours and from the Orange County area will take approximately 6 hours. Take the 15 freeway north to Highway 395 north. Exit on Highway 203 to Mammoth Lakes.
From Reno / Lake Tahoe
Driving from the Reno/Tahoe area will take approximately 3 hours. Take Highway 395 south. Exit on Highway 203 to Mammoth Lakes.
From Northern California / Bay Area
Driving from the San Francisco / Sacramento areas will take approximately 5-7 hours. Depending on the season and road conditions, various routes may be taken. Please consult Caltrans at 800-427-7623, the California Highway Patrol or your local Triple A (AAA) office for the best route from your area.
Black Tie Ski Rentals
Black Tie is your premier Ski and Snowboard Rental Delivery service offering custom fittings of the best rental equipment right in the comfort of your Chalet. For more information call (760) 934-7009. Visit Site
Door Step Deliveries
A premiere ski and bike shop in Mammoth Lakes, Footloose offers high performance gear for all your winter and summer sports needs. For more information call (760) 934-2400. Visit Site
The Trout Fitter
The largest fishing store and guide store in Eastern Sierra, located in Mammoth Lakes, The Trout Fitter supplies you with all your fishing needs. For more information call (760) 934-2517. Visit Site
Healing Arts Centre & Movement Studio
Nurture your mind, body and spirit with a relaxing day at the Healing Arts Centre. Visit their web site or call to have a massage at your chalet. For more information call (760) 924-3223. Visit Site
Healing Arts Centre & Movement Studio
At 8,000 feet above sea level, Sierra Star Golf Course is the highest golf course in California, and is a must play course for all golfers visiting Mammoth Mountain. For more information call (760) 924-2200. Visit Site
Some of our pictures are courtesy of Mammoth Lakes Tourism by Rebecca Garrett- email@example.com , and mountain biking by Brad Peatross.