Share an Experience

The Mammoth Lakes Trail System (MLTS) offers a wide variety of recreation Experiences that lead you on pre-planned single or multiple-activity adventures. From Hiking to Crystal Lake, to Backcountry Skiing and Snowboarding the Tele Bowl, to Mountain Biking the Knolls Loop, you can choose a half-day or full-day adventure developed by local experts, guides, user groups, non-profits and businesses for the Mammoth Lakes Trail System. Go to any one of our Activity pages and check out the current set of Experiences listed on each page .

Mammoth Lakes Trail System Website Experience Contributors 
January 9, 2014



Bristlecone Chapter of the California Native Plant Society
Chris Leonard
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra
Eastern Sierra Audubon
Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA)
Eastern Sierra Nordic Ski Association (ESNA)
Eastside Velo
Footloose Sports
Friends of the Inyo
High Sierra Equestrian Club
High Sierra Rider
High Sierra Triathlon Club
Jim Barnes
Mammoth Lakes Snowmobile Association
Mammoth Lakes Sunrise Rotary
Mammoth Lakes Tourism
MLTPA Foundation
Mono County Chronic Disease Prevention Coalition
Sierra Club Range of Light Group
Town of Mammoth Lakes Recreation Department
Wave Rave
 
Westin Monache Resort
 

What is an Experience on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System?
An Experience is any combination of an activity and a trail suggested by an individual or an entity that gets further developed working with the MLTS Website Team. 

Once the Experience has been fully developed, it gets posted to the MLTS Website and the name of the contributor gets added to this web page.  All Experiences are provided by the public - individuals, families, users groups, non-profits and businesses.

The Experience has to take place on the facilities of the Mammoth Lakes Trail System and it has to be a legal activity as defined by the Town of Mammoth Lakes and the United States Forest Service.

How can I share an Experience on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System?
Send an email to Nicole Montano – our MLTS Website Webmaster – and let her know you’re interested in sharing an Experience.  She will email you a copy of the MammothTrails.Org Experience Interview Worksheet and you can determine if developing an Experience is something you’d like to do.  Be prepared to commit a couple of hours to working on the development process with the MLTS Website Team.

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