Sightseeing at Snowcreek

Lookout Mountain

Lookout Mountain is a rhyolite dome that began to form 600,000 years ago after the cataclysmic eruption from the Long Valley Caldera. This eruption left much of what is now southern Mono County under a mantle of rhyolitic lava and ash. Some of the material ejected from the dome's 15 volcanic vents was obsidian: volcanically-formed glass which was used by the basin's earliest inhabitants for making razor-sharp tools and for fashioning into objects of ceremony and beauty.

If you need additional information or local insights from our knowledgeable staff please feel free to contact us daily, during our office hours of 8am and 5pm at 1-800-544-6007.

Property Rating Criteria

Standard properties are properties that meet the minimum requirements.

Deluxe properties are properties that in addition to having the minimum requirements also have a king bed and a minimum 19" television with remote control in the master bedroom. The deluxe properties will also have newer furnishings, décor, paint and carpeting.