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The Inyo Crater sign is a little hard to see, turning off the road (Mammoth scenic road to June Lake), so be on the lookout! The dirt road to the parking lot of the start of the hike to the craters is a little rough...More
We visited the craters today and I was completely underwhelmed by them. However, even though it was a mile and a half drive on a dirt road it was relatively easy to get to. And the walk itself through the forest was delightful and not...More
We drove out to Inyo Craters. The turn off for it is on the Mammoth Lakes Drive (which is between highway 395 and Mammoth Lakes Village.). We drove the dirt road (its a bit rugged at times) to take a look at Inyo Craters. From...More
Super interesting to see. Lots of tall trees along trail, and is at elevation, so it is cooler than many trails. Good if you want to squeeze in an activity in the afternoon but not kill yourself. Was not at all crowded. Bathroom at trailhead....More
Another hike I made with a bad back/foot. I am so proud of my self and I am so happy I did it!!! We did get a bit lost looking for the trail head, don't ask. We were told the craters were right off the...More
Want to burn off some calories without burning the gas in your vehicle? Visit these little visited craters just outside of Mammoth. Whatever direction your coming from, Hwy 395 or the June Lake Loop, watch for a small brown Park sign for the Inyo Craters....More
These craters were quite impressive, especially the colour of the water, but I can't say it was worth the risk of a puncture on the un-paved road. There is a sign warning of the road conditions at the turnoff from the main road.