Mammoth is California's premiere mountain resort in the Eastern Sierra region where the possibilities for outdoor activities are endless. The Shilo Inn is conveniently located on Main Street off Hwy 395 and welcomes visitors year round to Mammoth, a favorite pleasure travel destination. Kids under 18 always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
ADA compliant rooms available, call 800-222-2244 for details or use comments field online to reserve
Fitness Room (24 hr)
Free Continental Breakfast for Guests
Free High Speed Internet Access
Free Parking for Guests – Including Covered Parking
Guest Laundry: Washer & Dryer
Jacuzzi (24 hr)
Meeting Room Available
Sauna and Steam Room (24 hr)
Sunday Late Checkout When Available
Swimming Pool (24 hr)
This Hotel Is 100% Smoke Free
Alarm Clock Radio or Call the Front Desk to Request A Wake-Up Call
Complimentary Secure Ski Lockers
Cribs/Play Pens Available upon Request
Free Domestic Long Distance, 800 & Local Calls and Voicemail
Rollaways Available with Fee upon Request
Make Shilo your first choice for a small gathering or executive off-site meeting. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you with all your planning needs including room setup and audio visual presentation. If you want food and beverage service, we can offer a list of preferred vendors to contact.
Up, up and away, my beautiful Mammoth Panorama Gondola ride. The kids think its like a very familiar skyway basket ride, you'll think this is the coolest scenic ride around. The gondola climbs up Mammoth's Summit to 11,053-ft. from the bottom at the Mammoth Mountain ski resort main lodge via a six-person gondola.
At 8,000 feet above sea level, Sierra Star Golf Course is the highest golf course in California, allowing you to add yards to your drive. And with snow-capped peaks in every direction, winding mountain streams, lush wildflowers, fairways lined with Jeffrey pines and towering red firs and the occasional family of deer – you won't find a more stunning golf course anywhere.
The Inyo Craters are a 12-km-long chain of silicic lava domes, lava flows, and explosion craters along the eastern margin of Sierra Nevada south of Mono Craters near the town of Mammoth. Inyo Craters overtop the NW rim of the Pleistocene Long Valley caldera and extend onto the caldera floor, but are chemically and magmatically part of a different volcanic system. Postglacial explosion pits of Mammoth Mountain to the south are an extension of Inyo Craters (Bailey 1980).
Small crowds, pristine conditions, quiet scenery and an overwhelming sense of "being away from it all" make June Mountain the perfect complement to Mammoth. It's the ideal mountain for core riders, families or those looking for a more soulful skiing experience. And if you're hunting for some freshies a few days after the last storm, this is your place: Skiing magazine awarded June an honorable mention in its "Best Week-After-A-Storm Skiing" division, in their October, 2008 issue.
Before there was snowboarding or freeskiing, there was mountain biking where adrenaline fiends doubled down in the dirt. Lung searing climbs and Mach 10 descents are still alive and well and features like step ups, wallrides, drops and more have been added to the mix. Check out off-road pedaling this summer because sending it down the mountain is awesome no matter what you're riding.