Main Street Connector 0.4 mi

  • Beginning on the north side of Main Street at the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center and Ranger Station, the Main Street Connector links to both the Town Loop, via the Highway 203 Tunnel, and to Shady Rest Path, which heads north and delivers users to Shady Rest Park. This paved multi-use path dead-ends at the intersection of Main Street and Old Mammoth Road, but the Town Loop may also be accessed here by crossing Main Street via the crosswalk and hooking up with the Loop on the promenade in front of Footloose Sports.

     

  • Beginning on the north side of Main Street at the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center and Ranger Station, the Main Street Connector links to both the Town Loop, via the Highway 203 Tunnel, and to Shady Rest Path, which heads north and delivers users to Shady Rest Park. This paved multi-use path dead-ends at the intersection of Main Street and Old Mammoth Road, but the Town Loop may also be accessed here by crossing Main Street via the crosswalk and hooking up with the Loop on the promenade in front of Footloose Sports.

     

Conditions Update

  • 08/03/2017: This trail is clear of snow.
  • Trail Activities

    • Biking

    Public Services

    Trail Information

    • Typical grade 3% - (Maximum 11% for 10 feet)
    • Typical cross slope 2% - (Maximum 5% for 45 feet)
    • Typical width at trail surface 8 feet
    • Asphalt
    • There are no steps along this trail.
    • A standard ramp is 8%. Conditions subject to change.

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Destination Activities and Services
New Shady Rest Campground Camping
Pine Glen Group Campground Camping
Welcome Center and Ranger Station Interpretive

Related Experiences

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Experience Rating Length (mi) Surface Duration
Family Biking at Shady Rest 5.5 Mixed Less than 4 hours
Family Biking the Shady Rest Park Loop 2.7 Mixed Less than 4 hours
Handcycling Around Town 4.5 Mixed Less than 4 hours
Handcycling the Shady Rest Path 2.0 Mixed Less than 4 hours
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