Get the latest and up to date biking trail maps for June Lake, Mammoth Mountain, and surrounding areas here.
The Inyo National Forest has miles and miles of challenging single track and unimproved Forest Service roads for mountain bikers of all ages and abilities. Below are a few favorites from the ASO Mammoth team.
Remember, off-road biking is prohibited in wilderness areas and national parks. The paved roads in Mammoth Lakes and surrounding areas that head into the forest could be very steep but they do offer scenic and challenging hill climbing. Summers are hot and dry, so bring a bag with extra water and a snack.
Mammoth Mountain Biking Trail Maps
Bike Terrain Facts:
Vertical Rise: 3100 ft / 945 m
Base Elevation: 7953 ft / 2424 m
Summit Elevation: 11053 ft / 3369 m
Terrain Acreage: 3500 ac / 1416 ha
Sunny Days per Year: 300 average
Miles of Singletrack: 84 mi / 135 km
Mammoth Ranger District Bike Trails:
Big and Little Smokey Mt. Bike Loops • 13 / 6.1 miles • Intermediate – Advanced
Craters Loop Trail • 10 miles • Intermediate – Advanced
Horseshoe Lake Trail Single Track • 1.2 miles • Beginner
Knolls Loop Mountain Bike Trail • 10 miles • Intermediate – Advanced
Vista Trail Single-Track • 3 miles • Beginner
Hard Core Mt Bike Route • 2.5 miles • Advanced – Strenuous
June Lake / Lee Vining Biking Trails
June Lake Loop / Mono Lake Ranger District Bike Trails:
Hartley Springs Mt. Bike Route • 9.3 miles • Intermediate
Panorama Loop Mt. Bike Route • 10.5 miles • Intermediate