Get the latest and up to date hiking trail maps for June Lake, Mammoth Mountain, and surrounding areas here.
The Inyo National Forest has miles and miles of challenging hiking trails and unimproved Forest Service roads for hikers of all ages and abilities. Mammoth, June and surrounding areas offers plenty of short, easy and family-friendly day hikes. For more ambitious hikers and backpackers, you’ll have trails from Mammoth Lakes linking to the Pacific Crest Trail and the John Muir Trail. Below are a few favorites from the ASO Mammoth team.
Remember, summers are hot and dry, so bring a backpack with extra water and a snack.
Mammoth Lakes Hiking Trail Maps
Mammoth Mountain Hikes:
Mammoth Mountain Trail: 5 Miles (one-way) / 3 hours • Strenuous
The Dragon’s Back / Twin Lakes Trail: 3 Miles (one-way) / 3 hours • Strenuous
Main Lodge Trail – from McCoy Station: 2 Miles (one-way) / 1 hour • Moderate
Minaret Vista Trail – from Adventure Center: 3 Miles (one-way) / 2 hours • Moderate
Mammoth Lakes Basin Trails:
Horseshoe Lake Loop: 1.7 miles • Beginner
Crystal Lake Loop: 2.7 miles • Beginner
Mammoth Crest Trail: 7.2 miles • Moderate
Duck Pass Trail: 5.5 miles • Moderate
TJ Lake Loop: 0.3 miles • Beginner
June Lake Hiking Trails
June Lake Basin Trails:
Fern Lake Trail: 3.4 miles • Strenuous
Rush Creek Trail near Agnew and Gem Lakes: 7.25 miles • Strenuous
Parker Lake Traill: 4 miles • Beginner
Lundy Canyon Trail: 3 miles • Moderate
20 Lakes Basin Trail: 4.9 miles • Beginner