Mammoth Rock Mountain Bike Trail Video from May 2021
Mammoth Rock Trail Information and Video
Length – 2.5 miles/ Intermediate
The trailhead is located on Sherwin Creek Road, one-half mile past Sierra Meadows Ranch. There are several large propane tanks in the area of the trailhead.
The first three-quarters of a mile follows an old mammoth jeep road, then turns to a single-track. The Single Track climbs up a forested section then reaches a clearing caused by the great avalanche of February 1986.
The trail then passes just below Mammoth Rock and then continues to the end, which intersects Old Mammoth Road. Now you can turn around and enjoy this ride as a downhill.
Downhill riders please slow down and watch for Horses and Hikers, this trail has heavy usage so you are going to encounter other users. You also have the option of riding back down Old Mammoth Road.
Trail etiquette requires mountain bikers to yield to horses and hikers. DO NOT MESS AROUND WITH THE HORSES OR YOU RISK YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS. Get off your bike and let them pass.