Current Road Conditions

Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding areas in the Eastern Sierra Mountains are known for having fast changing weather patterns. Storms can come out of nowhere and if you aren't prepared, they can ruin your vacation. Refer to our Road Report regularly for an updated status of everything from construction to weather closures.

Updated Sat, Jan 19, 2019

Current Road Conditions

US 395

[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA & SIERRA NEVADA] NO TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS ARE REPORTED FOR THIS AREA.

SR 203 (Main St)

[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA & SIERRA NEVADA] IS CLOSED FROM THE MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN INN (MONO CO) TO THE MONO/MADERA CO LINE - FOR THE WINTER - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE CHAINS OR SNOW TIRES ARE REQUIRED FROM 2.5 MI WEST OF THE JCT OF US 395 TO THE MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN INN (MONO CO) PLEASE RESEARCH CHAIN CONTROL LOCATIONS AS CALTRANS IS CURRENTLY WORKING TO UPDATE CHAIN CONTROL DESCRIPTIONS FOR CONSISTENCY WITH INTERNET MAPPING, LIKE GOOGLE MAPS & MAPQUEST.

SR 158 (June Lake Loop)

[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA & SIERRA NEVADA] IS CLOSED FROM 3.5 MI NORTH OF JUNE LAKE VILLAGE /AT POWER PLANT/ TO THE NORTH JCT OF US 395 (MONO CO) - FOR THE WINTER - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE

SR 120 (Tioga Pass)

[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA & SIERRA NEVADA] IS CLOSED FROM CRANE FLAT TO 3.5 MI WEST OF THE JCT OF US 395 /TIOGA PASS/ (TUOLUMNE, MONO CO) - FOR THE WINTER - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE IS CLOSED FROM 2 MI EAST OF THE JCT OF US 395 TO 6 MI WEST OF THE JCT OF US 6 (MONO CO) - FOR THE WINTER - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE [YOSEMITE NAT'L PARK] FOR YOSEMITE NAT'L PARK ROAD INFORMATION CALL 209-372-0200


For current conditions of local roads servicing recreational facilities, including Reds Meadow/Devils Postpile and Convict Lake, please see the Inyo National Forest's Recreation Report for Mammoth Lakes.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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