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DIRECTIONS

Getting to Mammoth
Mammoth Mountain is centrally located on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The easy drive to Mammoth on US Highway 395 is one of California’s most scenic. Drive safely!

Los Angeles
Hwy 405 north, to Hwy 5 north, to Hwy 14 north to the town of Mojave. Take Hwy 14 north to Hwy 395 north (Reno/Bishop), to Hwy 203 (Mammoth Lakes Junction). Exit Hwy 203 and drive 6 miles into the town of Mammoth Lakes (307 miles).

San Diego & Orange County
Interstate 15 north to Hwy 395 north to Hwy 203 (375 miles).

Reno
Hwy 395 south to Hwy 203 (168 miles).

San Francisco & Sacramento
Interstate 80 to Hwy 50 to the Kingsbury Grade cutoff to Hwy 395 south to Hwy 203 (320 miles).

Las Vegas
Interstate 15 north to Hwy 95 north continue on Hwy 95 north, turn left on Hwy 266 west; continue on Hwy 266, turn slight left on Hwy 168; continue on Hwy 168, turn right on Hwy 395 north; continue on Hwy 395, turn left on Hwy 203 (302 miles).

For current road conditions visit www.dot.ca.gov or call 800.427.7623.

Getting to the track
Once in Mammoth, The Motocross track is located off Sherwin Creek Road, about two miles from the intersection of Old Mammoth Road. Spectators please note that there is a mandatory shuttle for entry to the track--look for parking signs and enjoy the ride!