Carl Ribaudo of SMG Consulting shared findings from the Reno-Lake Tahoe Tourism Industry’s Navigating Change presentation. The study determined that “the Reno-Lake Tahoe region must continually adapt to change at an ever faster pace.” Click the link above to download this study.
Download the study: Reno-Tahoe Tourism
On February 6, 2015, visitors and residents in the Mammoth Lakes area lost cell service on Verizon Wireless due to the Round Fire. AT&T cell service still works. If you are an Eastern Sierra resident or visitor affected by this, here are some top tips for using wifi to communicate during the outage. Continue reading
The Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center is offering new programs that may be just what your guests are looking for.
Joining forces to host nature walks and children’s activities are the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, United States Forest Service, and National Parks Service. The guided walks with a naturalist are on Saturdays. Location and meeting times vary, but may include Minaret Vista, Convict Lake and Hot Creek. The walks are weather dependent and will last approximately one and a half hours. Kids hour is on Saturdays at 1:30pm and will last one hour. Explore the wonders of nature through crafts, activities, and a good story or two.
Both programs are free. Walk topics will vary each week and may include local geology, winter ecology, natural history, and animal adaptations. Meet at the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center for Kids Hour that is geared towards children ages 2 – 7 years old, but all are welcome to attend. For up to date information on scheduling, weather, trail conditions and guided walk topics call the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center at 760-924-5500 and “like” the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center Facebook page.