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5 Favorite Hikes in Mammoth Lakes

13th August 2018 | Lara Kaylor

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Stacey Cook loves to explore Devils Postpile and Reds Meadow. Here she is at the Postpile with her two brothers.  - © Stacey Cook

Stacey Cook loves to explore Devils Postpile and Reds Meadow. Here she is at the Postpile with her two brothers.
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Stacey Cook loves to explore Devils Postpile and Reds Meadow. Here she is at the Postpile with her two brothers.  - © Stacey Cook
Meander beneath the Minarets past several lakes including Ediza and Iceberg to experience one of Gabe Taylor’s favorite hikes.  - © Gabe Taylor

Meander beneath the Minarets past several lakes including Ediza and Iceberg to experience one of Gabe Taylor’s favorite hikes.
Copyright: Gabe Taylor

Meander beneath the Minarets past several lakes including Ediza and Iceberg to experience one of Gabe Taylor’s favorite hikes.  - © Gabe Taylor
The Black Point Fissures at Mono Lake are a point of interest for Glen Plake in the summer. - © Mammoth

The Black Point Fissures at Mono Lake are a point of interest for Glen Plake in the summer.
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The Black Point Fissures at Mono Lake are a point of interest for Glen Plake in the summer. - © Mammoth
Kimmy Fasani takes a moment to look back at the scenery as she makes her way up Duck Pass. - © Kimmy Fasani

Kimmy Fasani takes a moment to look back at the scenery as she makes her way up Duck Pass.
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Kimmy Fasani takes a moment to look back at the scenery as she makes her way up Duck Pass. - © Kimmy Fasani
When you crest the summit of Duck Pass (shown here), make a right to head toward one of Gabe Taylor’s favorite loops, which passes Deer Lakes among others.

When you crest the summit of Duck Pass (shown here), make a right to head toward one of Gabe Taylor’s favorite loops, which passes Deer Lakes among others.

When you crest the summit of Duck Pass (shown here), make a right to head toward one of Gabe Taylor’s favorite loops, which passes Deer Lakes among others.
Olympic medalist Kelly Clark loves the hike to Crystal Lake partially because of views like this one along the way.  - © Mammoth Lakes

Olympic medalist Kelly Clark loves the hike to Crystal Lake partially because of views like this one along the way.
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Olympic medalist Kelly Clark loves the hike to Crystal Lake partially because of views like this one along the way.  - © Mammoth Lakes
The backside of Crystal Lake. - © Mammoth

The backside of Crystal Lake.
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The backside of Crystal Lake. - © Mammoth
Glen Plake likes to explore the north shore of Mono Lake when he visits Mammoth in the summer. - © Mammoth Lakes

Glen Plake likes to explore the north shore of Mono Lake when he visits Mammoth in the summer.
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Glen Plake likes to explore the north shore of Mono Lake when he visits Mammoth in the summer. - © Mammoth Lakes
Crystal Lake in the fall. - © Mammoth Lakes

Crystal Lake in the fall.
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Crystal Lake in the fall. - © Mammoth Lakes

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Ski and snowboard enthusiasts from around the world:

We have been proud to provide you with free access to snow reports, resort guides and more, and we are beyond grateful for your readership and contributions to our community over the years.

Unfortunately given the changing media landscape, Mountain News Corporation has experienced financial declines in recent years. With additional economic challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic now facing our business, it is not financially viable to continue operating.

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We want to thank our loyal employees for their tireless work over the years to bring great information to all of you. We take comfort knowing that our collective passion for the sport of skiing and snowboarding will certainly live on.

We’ll see you on the mountain.


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