With an epic mountainous backdrop and scenic lakes, it is hard to say no to the beauty of Mammoth Lakes. No matter what activity you fancy, adding a touch of paradise will definitely make it more worthwhile. The beauty of this place has made it famous, and especially to horseback riding enthusiasts. The horseback riding activity usually runs from June to September each year.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, Mammoth Lakes has something in store for you.
1-Hour trail ride
This activity is open for guests from age seven and above. It starts at 11 in the morning and end at 4 in the afternoon. The route goes around Panorama Dome so riders can see the Twin Lakes, the waterfalls, and the Long Valley basin. There is also another option, which is to go to the Red Mountain where riders can appreciate the view of Mammoth Lakes Basin and Mammoth Mountain.
The half-day ride is offered during the summer for riders who are ten years of age and up. Three options are available for the guests to choose from. The price is a bit steep, but the spectacular view is worth it.
What is great about this option is the extra inclusion it offers. The full-day package includes hiking, food, and fishing. The routes available in this activity will give a more immersive experience to the riders.
For those who like to take the road less traveled, this place also has personalized routes you can choose from. You can customize it to your liking. You do not need to go with the flow of other riders. With customized rides, you can also get full-serviced camps. It even comes with cooks and wranglers to care for your group while you are here.
Those who love to horseback ride will adore Mammoth Lakes. The trails are unlike anything you have ever seen. The guides are friendly and informative. Moreover, horseback riding in Mammoth Lakes is a family-friendly activity. With so many trails to choose from, there is certainly a trail that fits the skill level of the riders – most importantly, the younger ones. Kids as young as three years old can ride horses here in the Walk and Lead activity.
Aside from riding horses, you can also go RV camping in Mammoth Lakes! Drive your RV to Mammoth Lakes, set it up for an exciting camping session. Better yet, do both activities in one weekend! Call up your family and friends to invite them over a fun weekend activity. If you want to know more about the activities you can do in Mammoth Lakes, check out Mammoth’s website.