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Mammoth Cabins in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

The Sierra Nevada Mountains is a mountain range in California and Nevada, between the California Central Valley and the Basin and Range Province. With this beautiful scenery sits luxurious Mammoth cabins with the option of many activities and an unforgettable experience this resort provides. There is skiing, golfing, snowboarding, and much more. Grand Mammoth Resorts is dedicated to show all guests the attention they deserve! Book online or call us now at 1-888-MAMMOTH (626-6684) to reserve and commence enjoying your Mammoth cabin rental in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Imagine an entire fun-filled weekend in a Mammoth cabin on the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountain range that runs 400 miles north-to-south, and is approximately 70 miles across east-to-west. Notable Sierra Nevada features include Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in North America; Mount Whitney--at 14,505 feet--the highest point in the contiguous United States; and Yosemite Valley, sculpted by glaciers out of 100-million-year-old granite. Grand Mammoth Resorts assures you there is no experience like it.

The Sierra Nevada Mountains are home to three parks, twenty wilderness areas and two national monuments. These areas include: Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. The geology and ecology of the Sierra Nevada Mountains are unique. So not only activities such as golfing, skateboarding and fishing are available, but guests are encouraged to do a little sight-seeing as well. With a breathtaking view right outside your Mammoth cabin, there is nothing better than to be welcomed by such beauty nature provides.

The remarkable view one has from our Mammoth cabins comes from an activity that took place more than 100 million years ago, where granite formed deep underground. The range started to uplift four million years ago, and erosion by glaciers exposed the granite and formed the light-colored mountains and cliffs that make up the range. The uplift caused a range of elevations and climates, which the presence of five life zones reflects.

The remarkable climate of the Sierra Nevada Mountains is most similar to the climate of California. During the fall, winter and spring, precipitation in the Sierra Nevada Mountains ranges from 20 to 80 inches where it occurs mostly as snow above 6,000 feet. Summers are dry with low humidity; however, afternoon thunderstorms occur frequently during the North American Monsoon. Summer high temperatures range from 42 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

So come up to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and stay to experience Grand Mammoth Resorts. Choose from the different ranges of Mammoth cabins, Mammoth condos all equipped with luxury to satisfy your needs. Embark on a journey and leave mark at this incredible place. Call us at 1-888-MAMMOTH (626-6684) for your Mammoth Mountain condo and cabin rentals.