Eagle Lodge

  • The southernmost and newest of the four main base areas for access to Mammoth Mountain Ski, Eagle Lodge--open only during the winter--features parking, ticket sales, equipment rentals, dining facilities, a variety of lodging options and direct access, by way of the paved Town Loop, to the edge of the Valentine Reserve, Old Mammoth, and the Sierra Star Golf Course. Campsites and housekeeping cabins are available to the public by reservation at the adjacent Camp High Sierra, owned by the City of Los Angeles.

  • The southernmost and newest of the four main base areas for access to Mammoth Mountain Ski, Eagle Lodge--open only during the winter--features parking, ticket sales, equipment rentals, dining facilities, a variety of lodging options and direct access, by way of the paved Town Loop, to the edge of the Valentine Reserve, Old Mammoth, and the Sierra Star Golf Course. Campsites and housekeeping cabins are available to the public by reservation at the adjacent Camp High Sierra, owned by the City of Los Angeles.

Destination Alerts

  • 05/24/2017: Thanks to the drought busting winter of 2017, trails above 7500 ft are still covered in snow. Please check back for updates.

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Handcycling Loop from Eagle Lodge to Sherwin Street 4.1 Mixed Less than 4 hours
Handcycling the Eagle Lodge Loop 4.0 Mixed Less than 4 hours
Walking the Town Loop and the Lodestar Connector 1.2 Asphalt Less than 4 hours
Walking the Town Loop from the Sherwin Street Bridge to Eagle Lodge 1.3 Asphalt Less than 4 hours
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