Shady Rest Winter Trails 2.9 mi

  • The Shady Rest Winter Trails open after the first major snowstorm of each season. The groomed winter trails are located at the entrance to Town via HWY 203 and are accessed from the Welcome Center/Mammoth District Ranger Station. Terrain includes slight hills as the trails wind through a beautiful Jeffrey pine and red fir forest. These trails are shared with a variety of users, including Nordic skiers, snowshoers, dog walkers, and winter fat bikers. Please enjoy these trails responsibly. Weather permitting, the trails are groomed daily and are free to the public. Visit the Trails Conditions Page for current grooming updates.

  • The Shady Rest Winter Trails open after the first major snowstorm of each season. The groomed winter trails are located at the entrance to Town via HWY 203 and are accessed from the Welcome Center/Mammoth District Ranger Station. Terrain includes slight hills as the trails wind through a beautiful Jeffrey pine and red fir forest. These trails are shared with a variety of users, including Nordic skiers, snowshoers, dog walkers, and winter fat bikers. Please enjoy these trails responsibly. Weather permitting, the trails are groomed daily and are free to the public. Visit the Trails Conditions Page for current grooming updates.

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Shady Rest Park

  • Hours/Season: Day use only | Year Round 

  • Biking  Cross Country Skiing  Hiking  Off Highway Vehicles  Pets  Skateboarding  Snowmobiling 

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Shady Rest Park Biking Cross Country Skiing Hiking Off Highway Vehicles Pets Skateboarding Snowmobiling
Welcome Center and Ranger Station Interpretive
Welcome Center Trailhead Biking Hiking Running Snowshoeing Winter Fat Biking

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Experience Rating Length (mi) Surface Duration
Cross Country Skiing the MLTS Nordic Trail System at Shady Rest 1.8 Snow Less than 4 hours
Winter Fat Biking the Shady Rest Winter Trails 2.9 Snow Less than 4 hours
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