Mammoth Shuttle Maps


Summer Transit Map

Winter Transit Map


The Mammoth Transit System service offers a convenient, fun, and friendly alternative to getting around Mammoth. Passengers ride free on all fixed routes in Town. 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! Utilize the local transit system while you enjoy one of our Mammoth ski in ski out rentals!

Red Line (Snowcreek Athletic Club to Main Lodge – servicing the Vons area, Main Street and The Village):

15-minute frequency service from 7:00am until 5:30pm. Last buses depart Snowcreek and Main Lodge at 5:30pm.

Purple Line (Vons to The Village – servicing the High School, Visitor Center, and Sierra Valley Sites):
30-minute frequency from 7:00am until 6:00pm. Last bus departs Vons at 5:30pm

Gray Line (Vons to Old Mammoth – servicing the College, High School, and Old Mammoth area to Red Fir):
30-minute frequency from 7:00am until 6:00pm. Last bus departs Vons at 5:30pm

Blue Line (The Village to Canyon Lodge):
MMSA will operate special service through Thanksgiving weekend with hourly departures from The Village at 15 minutes past the hour from 8:15 to 4:15.

Orange Line (The Village to Tamarack):
Hourly service from 8:30am to 5:00pm with departures from the Village at 30 minutes past the hour, and from Tamarack on the hour (last departure from Tamarack at 5:00pm)

Green Line (Juniper Springs Resort to Vons):
Service will commence when Eagle Lodge opens

Yellow Line (Juniper Springs Resort to The Village)
Service will commence when Eagle Lodge opens

Hospitality Shuttle (Mammoth Mountain Inn / The Village / Juniper Springs Resort / Vons)
Hourly service from 6:00pm until midnight. Last departure from Vons at 11:50pm

Night Trolley: The distinctive red and green Town Trolley (dark red line) operates 7-nights a week from 5:40 p.m to 2:00 a.m. with stops every 20 minutes. Service from Canyon Lodge to the Village then along Main Street and Old Mammoth Rd with the route terminating at Snowcreek Athletic Club.

Evening Hospitality Shuttle – Pink Line: Guests staying in Mammoth wishing to shop and dine in the evening can now ride the complimentary evening Hospitality Shuttle, designated as the pink line.  The evening Hospitality Shuttle operates 7-nights a week from 6:00 p.m. to midnight departing The Village at Red Line Stop #18 to the Mammoth Mountain Inn on the hour.  The Hospitality Shuttle departs Mammoth Mountain Inn 15 minutes past the hour, The Village Lodge & Village/Canyon Blvd., at the bottom of the hour, Juniper Springs Resort 40 minutes past the hour, and Vons (Old Mammoth Rd & Meridian Blvd), Stop #9 at 50 minutes past the hour.

Dogs: Leashed and muzzled dogs are allowed on the Night Trolley, Purple line, Gray line, Dial-a-Ride and CREST Services. Dogs are not allowed on Mammoth Area Shuttles (Red line, Blue line, Yellow line, Green line, Orange line and Evening Hospitality Shuttle).

All routes, times and days of operation are subject to change.
Commencement and termination of winter transit service is dependent on Mammoth Mountain’s winter operations.

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