Surrounded by towering pines, the residences boast spectacular views of town, Mammoth Mountain and the dramatic Sierra Mountains. 80/50 Mammoth is close to everything the area offers—outstanding snow sports and other outdoor activities, eclectic shopping and dining, spa services and entertainment venues. 80/50 Mammoth provides owners with easy access to the Village Gondola via private sky bridge. Or you can saunter into the heart of the village to explore.


The Mountain

Mammoth is justly revered as one of the country’s great ski resorts. The season is long, the weather generally mild with winter temperatures in the 40s, the snow spectacular—an annual average of 400”—and varied terrain offers something for every level of skier and boarder.

Mammoth’s 28 lifts service more than 3,500 skiable acres and 150 named trails. The mountain’s top elevation is an impressive 11,053 feet and trails provide more than 3,100 vertical feet. For skiers and snowboarders who want to test their mettle, Mammoth’s Unbound Terrain Parks offer a slice of sheer heaven with seven parks, three pipes and 90 acres of features for every level of ability.


Glistening snow, crisp air, brilliant blue skies and the tang of wood smoke from a blazing fire—with a six-month snow season often lasting from fall till June, you’ll rediscover everything you love about winter.

Skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating, snowcat touring and snowshoeing are just some of the area’s wintertime pleasures.


Summers in Mammoth are simply sublime, with warm sunny weather and endless possibilities. Bike an exhilarating mountain trail, hike into pristine wilderness, cast away on a local lake or plant your putter on an emerald golf course—the sky’s the limit.

Just north of Mammoth on Highway 395 is the eastern entrance to iconic Yosemite National Park. If you prefer not to drive, the Yosemite Area Rapid Transit System provides shuttles from Mammoth Lakes to the park. Once there, spend hours exploring Yosemite’s striking rock formations, waterfalls and trails, before riding home in comfort.

Mammoth Village


The Village at Mammoth Lakes is bursting with boutiques and specialty shops. From fine art and home furnishings to clothing and accessories, sporting goods, shoes, books, music and more, there’s something for everyone. Brand-name factory outlet stores featuring designer goods by Coach and Ralph Lauren, among others, round out a full offering.


You’ll never go hungry after a busy day on the slopes, your bike or the links in Mammoth. Whatever you’re craving, Mammoth has you covered, with dozens of restaurants, coffee houses, lively pubs, world-class fine dining and delicious sweets.

The nightlife is equally varied. Enjoy a crackling fire with your neighbors at 80/50’s fire pit, or stroll into town to join a friendly crowd at the local brewpub or sports bar.

Event & Culture

Mammoth Lakes enjoys a rich festival offering throughout the year, including music from jazz to classical and numerous arts and crafts fairs.

The annual Spring Festival, Mule Days Celebration, Memorial Day Arts & Crafts Fair, For Mammoth Motocross, Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza, Mammoth Lakes Fine Arts & Crafts Festival and Convict Lake Fishing Festival are just a few favorites.

Site Map

Owners at 80/50 Mammoth enjoy the ease of strolling into the Village at Mammoth Lakes or taking the private sky bridge to the Village Gondola. Everything is literally just a few minutes from the comfort of your residence.


  1. 80/50 Mammoth Private Residence Club
  2. Private sky bridge to gondola
  3. Onsite overnight ski storage
  4. Village gondola (to Canyon Lodge)
  5. The Village at Mammoth Lakes

Getting Here

By CarBy Air

From Los Angeles, head north on Interstate 5. Take Hwy 14 north to Interstate 395 and follow it north to Mammoth Lakes.

From San Francisco, head east on Hwy 205, which turns into Hwy 108. Drive through Yosemite National Park and turn south on Interstate 395. Once you have passed June Lake, turn off.

Check for road closures during the winter season.

Getting here has never been easier, with daily flights from Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Orange County and, most recently, San Diego.