“The mountains are calling and I must go,” naturalist John Muir famously wrote back in the 19th century. All of the time he spent in the mountains may have led him to happiness and health – and it could do the same for you. Read on and find out how.
The goal of a true vacation (and no, working from home during the holiday break doesn’t count as a vacation) is to relax, and refresh your mind and body from the stresses of your daily life. Here are a few strategies you can use to make your vacation time an even more relaxing experience.
While you’re in Mammoth, you can relax on tranquil forest hikes, enjoy hitting the slopes with friends and family, or relaxing with a round of golf, or over a great meal with the people you care about more. Now, imagine doing all of that in your home away from home rather than a hotel or nightly rental home. Just one of the many benefits of owning a vacation home is the way it can simplify your life.
Whether you’re new to Mammoth, a regular visitor, or a fulltime resident – here are some activities you can enjoy at our favorite fours-season destination.
Mammoth Springs Resort Company has announced the development of a new upscale enclave of 33 luxury homes – called The Reserve – in a private gated community along the fairways of the Sierra Star Golf Course in Mammoth Lakes, CA.