MLTPA news


A couple of items for your consideration:

Mammoth Trails Meeting – National OSV Regulations Comments

Mammoth Trails will be meeting this coming Monday, August 4 from 10:00 AM – 12 Noon at the Mammoth Lakes Library to finalize (and ship!) comments on the USFS proposal to “…amend the agency’s travel management rule (TMR) to require designation of National Forest System (NFS) roads, NFS trails, and areas on NFS lands where over-snow vehicle (OSV) use is allowed, restricted, or prohibited.” This is an important opportunity to provide comments to benefit OSV recreation on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System – comments are due August 4th!

Please go to the following links for information on the proposed USFS action and come prepared to discuss, edit, and sign comments at the Mammoth Lakes Library on Monday morning.

And check these links for great Snowmobile Experiences available on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System!

MLTPA Seeks a Trails Coordinator

MLTPA is seeking experienced and energetic candidates to submit their credentials, qualifications and a letter of interest for the position of Trails Coordinator. A successful candidate will report to MLTPA’s Board of Directors as chief executive and will work closely with a variety of local, regional and national partners. MLTPA advocates for, initiates, facilitates, and participates in the planning, implementation, management, and stewardship of a four-season trail system in Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding Eastern Sierra. For more information, send an email to with “Trails Coordinator” in the subject line or visit this page on the MLTPA Website.

Summer of Stewardship: Trail Days Continues

The next Trail Days event down in Reds Meadow is coming up on August 9th.  Please note the special start time of 7:45 AM at the Adventure Center/Devils Post Pile Bus stop at Main Lodge.  Stay tuned for details –

That’s it for right now – the Mtn Biking doesn’t get much better than this!


John Wentworth

MLTPA Foundation


One Response to MLTPA news

  1. Jerry August 1, 2014 at 9:30 am #

    FYI everyone: There’s no such thing as an illegal trail (only illegal areas like wilderness, etc). The TMR is unconstitutional, and violates multiple laws (ADA standards being one of them). The TMR should NOT be recognized as legitimate.

    Do your part.



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