Tomorrow, June 25, your summer options double when two great activity centers, June Mountain and Mammoth Mountain’s Bike Park, open in the Eastern Sierra.
For the first time in over a decade, June Mountain will be open to the many summer enthusiasts that flock to the Town of June Lake. Beginning June 25 and running through Labor Day, the J1 chairlift will be open for scenic rides to the June Meadows Chalet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday-Monday.
Experience some of the most breathtaking views of the Eastern Sierra including views of the Town of June Lake, Gull, June and Mono lakes, Carson and Reverse peaks, Mono Craters, Mount Wood and much more.
Guests can grab a bite to eat from the new summer lunch menu at the June Meadows Chalet Summer Café featuring a full selection of appetizers, fresh salads, sandwiches and wraps, desserts, a kid’s menu and daily specials.
The June Meadows Chalet also features new horseshoe pits and a volleyball court that are free to use for all guests. Basic trail maps and information about the June Lake Area and retail items such as hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts and sunscreen will be available.
Scenic Ride Pricing
- Adults (13+) $10
- Children (7-12) $5
- Small Children (6 & under) Free
- Seniors (80 & over) Free
- 09/10 June Season Passholders Free
- 10/11 Mammoth Season Passholders Free
Sorry – No mountain bikes or dogs allowed.
For more information please visit www.JuneMountain.com or call 888.586.3686
Also opening tomorrow is the Mammoth Mountain Bike Park. Serving up everything from boulder-strewn freeride terrain to smooth-as-a-baby’s bottom dirt paths, the Bike Park is 70-plus miles of dirt fun. The Adventure Center at the Main Lodge is Bike Park headquarters with passes, rentals, demos, repairs, trail access and Panorama Gondola loading. The Village also has passes, rentals and shuttle departures to the Adventure Center.
Don’t forget! You can still ski at Mammoth Mountain as well until July 5!
For more info on the Bike Park visit www.MammothMountain.com. —LAK