Transportation

Regional Transportation

Air Services

Learn more about commercial air service to Mammoth Lakes.

Bus Transportation

Bus Tours / Charters

Driving

Please consult Caltrans at (800) 427-7623, the California Highway Patrol, or your local AAA office for the best route from your area as road conditions can change seasonally.

City Time Distance
Bakersfield 4.5 Hours 260 Miles
Death Valley 4.0 Hours 214 Miles
Fresno (Winter) 6.5 Hours 357 Miles
Fresno (Summer) 4.5 Hours 200 Miles
Las Vegas, NV 5.5 Hours 377 Miles
Los Angeles 6.0 Hours 325 Miles
Orange County 6.0 Hours 363 Miles
Reno, NV 3.0 Hours 164 Miles
City Time Distance
Sacramento 5.0 Hours 290 Miles
Santa Barbara 6.5 Hours 385 Miles
San Bernardino 5.0 Hours 290 Miles
San Diego 7.5 Hours 400 Miles
San Francisco (Winter) 7.0 Hours 360 Miles
San Francisco (Summer) 6.0 Hours 300 Miles
Yosemite Valley
(Eastern Route Closed in Winter)
2.5 Hours 100 Miles

Local Transportation

The Mammoth Transit System offers a convenient, fun, and friendly alternative to getting around town. A fixed route system allows visitors to get around town without a car. The Dial-a-Ride service requires a fare and is available to all riders, with priority given to special needs passengers. Whether for work or play, we have a ride for you!

Dogs

Dogs are a fun part of Mammoth’s mountain environment and are permitted on the Mammoth Transit System (Excludes MAS Bike Park Shuttle). For the safety and peace of mind of all passengers, dogs must be leashed and muzzled, or carried in a cage.

Bus Information

All routes, times and days of operation are subject to change. For updated transit information, contact Eastern Sierra Transit Authority (ESTA) or visit 'Esta Bus' on Twitter.

Maps