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All reviews devils postpile ranger station shuttle bus short hike post pile narrow road basalt columns easy hike natural wonder adventure center half mile moderate hike parking lot reds meadow nice hike well worth the effort san joaquin
I visited twice in the week I spent in Mammoth Lakes. The first day, I hiked (with my dog) to the Devil's Postpile and to Rainbow Falls. Do not miss hiking the loop above the Postpile because that is where it is best to appreciate...More
Devil's Postpile is a fascinating phenomenon. A hillside of stone in a rough geometric pattern was formed when volcanic spew and temperatures were just right. You can hike around the base and hike on top as well to get the full effect. It's a hike...More
The Best is park your car and taking shuttle From Mammoth Mountain Adventure center.it's very easy.
Stop is on Canyon Boulevard below the Gondola station. Parking lot located at 6200 Minaret Road. ,Cost for shuttle is $8 per person round trip ($4-under 12 )
Very nice place to hike and enjoy the amazing creation of God and nature. The place is very safe and clean. Lots of place you can rest when you get tired from walking. You can freshen up by the clear water on the creek.
0.5 mile easy walk from rangers Station after the bus ride from mammoth mountain.
Little bit underwhelmed after seeing the giants causeway but nice walk and plenty of wildlife to see with lovely vistas.
this is something really unique. transportation information available on the website. after that, a small hike. carry your water bottle and cap. stay safe with wildlife. no mobile networks. download maps or carry a paper copy map shared by rangers.
A very short walk will take you to this very unusual place. It's fascinating to see I'll nature created his intents pull looking rocks in hexagonal shapes. You have to take a shuttle from the starting place at the top of Mammoth mountain. It cost...More
You have to take the shuttle to the Postpile area from the Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center by the Main Lodge. Cost is $8 per person/$4 -12 under. Very easy to get to by car from Mammoth Lakes Village, and free shuttles running from the Village....More
Response from SkiHostML | Reviewed this property |
There are two ways to park your vehicle. You can park near the Main Lodge at Mammoth Mountain (along the side of the road) and take the shuttle to Devils Postpile. Last year the fare was $7 round trip. Check the times but... More
There are two ways to park your vehicle. You can park near the Main Lodge at Mammoth Mountain (along the side of the road) and take the shuttle to Devils Postpile. Last year the fare was $7 round trip. Check the times but I think the shuttle runs from 0730 to 1730. You will need to retain your ticket for the return trip.
The alternative is to get an early start. You can drive down to Devils Postpile as long as you enter the area before 0700. The park service is very strict on this so be sure to leave early. You can drive down and park near the Ranger Station. There is no restriction on leaving. One word of caution, the road is quite narrow and has been damaged by the snow accumulation. There will be areas where it is under construction and when you return be quite defensive in your driving. I usually follow a bus up. Hope this helps.
Response from Stephen O | Reviewed this property |
The post pile trails is an easy trail. From the shuttle road it is a relatively flat and easy trail to the postpile. There is an easy although uphill, rather steep, trail to top of postpile. Takes only a few minutes and... More
The post pile trails is an easy trail. From the shuttle road it is a relatively flat and easy trail to the postpile. There is an easy although uphill, rather steep, trail to top of postpile. Takes only a few minutes and no climbing gear. So I call it easy but a little steep at end to the top. Lots of fun trails in mammoth