Ice Climbing our Waterfalls

ICE CLIMBING OUR WATERFALLS With the Eastern Sierra being a rock climbers mecca, it is only fitting that the same popularity sticks around when the weather turns cold and the rock turns to ice…vertical ice.  If you are equipped with your own harness, ice axe and crampons, you just need to go check out theContinue reading “Ice Climbing our Waterfalls”

Snowmobiling our Forests

SNOWMOBILING OUR FORESTS The USDA Forest Service in conjunction with the Town of Mammoth lakes has created a winter recreation map to show snowmobilers where they can not go and what forest roads they should explore. Please keep in mind that if you are pulling a trailer, you need to make prior arrangements with theContinue reading “Snowmobiling our Forests”

Skiing, Snowboarding and Sledding our Slopes

SKIING, SNOWBOARDING AND SLEDDING OUR SLOPES Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Come winter, we get A LOT of snow…typically.  Mammoth Mountain comes alive with some of the most fantastic lines.  It doesn’t matter if you are skiing or snowboarding, expert or a newbie, this mountain has a bit for everyone….even those who want to lounge inContinue reading “Skiing, Snowboarding and Sledding our Slopes”

Nordic Skiing our Forests

NORDIC SKIING OUR FORESTS Cross Country or Nordic skiing and snowshoeing are a fantastic way to explore the natural landscape in winter.  My favorite time to go out is when a good fluffy snow fall is occurring.  It transforms everything into a completely magical world.  While you can take off in any direction with skiisContinue reading “Nordic Skiing our Forests”