For a real winter experience, it may be time to head to Mammoth Mountain.
AAA Arizona offers travel deals for Arizonans on Thursdays on abc15.com. This week's deals are for hotels in Mammoth, Calif., a spot that attracts 1.3 million skiers a year!
Check out these deals from AAA Arizona:
Take a step back from the hustle and bustle and visit Mammoth Mountain's historic lakeside resort. Built in 1924, Tamarack Lodge retains a timeless nature and romantic atmosphere. Spend your winter exploring endless cross country terrain. All units feature gas fireplaces or wood-burning stoves. Rooms are available from $91* per night.
With access to endless backcountry outside the front door, there is no comparison to the AAA Three Diamond Mammoth Mountain Inn. An exclusive location at Mammoth Mountain's Main Lodge and Adventure Center makes this the only accommodation the adventure seeker needs. Rooms are available from $137* per night.
This year-round, AAA Three Diamond family retreat is a modern take on the classic mountain getaway. Stay at Juniper Springs this winter and wake up with the mountains at your front door: All levels of terrain and a full service lodge are just a few steps away. Rooms are available from $209* per night.
Visit AAA.com/travel for more information or to book.
*Price is based on double occupancy for select travel dates. Prices are subject to change, availability and prior sale. Other conditions and restrictions may apply.
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