Dog Day Dangers
One of the hidden secrets of Mammoth Lakes is that the summers are equally breathtaking, but less crowded, than the winters. And unlike winter--when activities are somewhat limited--in summers the lakes, hills, trails, waterfalls, and mountain all offer unlimited adventure.
Whether you come to Mammoth to fish, hike, bike, run, climb or just hang out, there are a few considerations to keep you safe while you take on Adventure, Refined.
In summer, altitude and heat combine to put visitors at risk of dehydration and altitutude sickness.
There's a saying in Mammoth... "You don't like the weather? Just wait 5 minutes and it will change." Why can that be dangerous? Sudden storms can cause flash flooding and bring unexpected lightening.
To learn more about how to avoid these dog day dangers, check out our complete article at Adventure, Refined.
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