Sierra Nevada Shuttles
(transportation for trailheads)

Updated April 2013, maintained by Linda Emerson.
ADDITIONS, UPDATES AND CORRECTIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED!

Eastern Sierra Shuttles - see also Showers and Rangers

  1. Climber.Org hosts a copy of the JMT Crib Sheet [2013]
    Shuttle, rental, shower, hotel, and ranger info specifically for John Muir Trail hikers.
    For more info, join the John Muir Trail group at Yahoo.

  2. Amtrak offers transportation from SF to Yosemite for just $37. [2013]
    Bus links can apparently get you to the valley or over Tioga Pass to Mammoth.
    Here's the link to all their California Stations.

  3. Mammoth Shuttle System [2013]
    (760) 934-6588 (office 8am-10pm); (760) 914-2678 (cell)
    See OriginalMammothShuttle.com or email mammothshuttle at npgcable dot com
    Specializing as a Sierra trailhead shuttle. Will go to any Sierra trailhead shuttle, any day, any time.
    We are also a long distance shuttle that will go anywhere in the country.

  4. East Side Sierra Shuttle (Independence) [2012]
    760-878-9115 or 760-878-8047
    See EastSideSierraShuttle.com for sample rates and more details.
    4WD short wheelbase access to difficult to reach trails, and experienced trail advice.

  5. Mammoth Taxi llc, formerly Sierra Express Transportation (Mammoth) [2012]
    (760) 937-8294 for reservations, or see website.
    See mammoth-taxi.com for rates and more details.
    Mammoth Taxi operates as a town of Mammoth Lakes on-call Taxi service year-round,
    and as Mammoth Yosemite Airport Shuttle service,
    and specializes in hiker/backpacker trailhead service all over California and Nevada.

  6. The Mount Whitney Shuttle Service (Lone Pine) [2012]
    (760) 876-1915, best to call in the evening
    See MtWhitneyShuttle.com or email info at mtwhitneyshuttle dot com
    Connections to airports, car rentals, and bus lines (ESTA and YARTS). Plenty of room for 7 passengers and 7 Backpacks.

  7. Eastern Sierra Transity Authority (ESTA), formerly known as the CREST bus [2012]
    See ESTransit.com
    Inyo + Mono County long-distance bus service from Lancaster CA to Reno NV with a night's stopover in Bishop CA.
    - The Lancaster run meets up with the Los Angeles area Metrolink trains at the Lancaster train station. Metrolink has connections with Amtrak trains and airport connections downtown Los Angeles Union Station.
    - The Reno run connects to the Reno Airport. It also connects up with the YART busses (Tuolumne Meadows + Yosemite Valley) at Mammoth CA.
    [2009 - from jjo_brien]

  8. Inyo-Mono Transit Dial-a-Ride (Bishop) [2012]
    See ESTransit.com
    ESTA operates the dial-a-ride program, and their website lists the different phone numbers and information for the service in each community.

  9. Mono County Ridesharing
    See AlternetRides.com

  10. VALLEY AND HIGH COUNTRY: Yosemite Hiker Shuttle / Yosemite Park Tours
    See YosemiteParkTours.com
    209-372-1240
    full-size bus: day tours for Yosemite Valley, Glacier Point, Tuolumne Meadows
    reservations available round trip or one-way from Yosemite Valley
    can catch bus from Tuolumne Lodge Store to the Valley (no reservations)

  11. EAST SIDE: Yosemite Area Rapid Transit (YARTS)
    See yarts.com
    800-626-6684 or 800-MAMMOTH
    Mammoth tourist center brokers tickets from Mammoth and Lee Vining
    In Yosemite, purchase advance tickets at the DNC information kiosk or at Yosemite Lodge.
    Tickets can also be purchased directly from the bus driver.
    Bus goes from Mammoth to Yosemite Valley in the morning, back in evening, with stops at Tuolumne, White Wolf and Crane Flat.

  12. WEST SIDE: Yosemite Area Rapid Transit (YARTS)
    See yarts.com
    877-989-2787
    Bus goes from Merced to Yosemite Valley and back four times per day.
    Options for getting to Merced include Amtrak and Greyhound.

  13. Dave Sheldon (Lone Pine)
    (760) 876-8232

  14. Greyhound no longer has service to the eastern Sierra Nevada! [2002]

  15. High Sierra Shuttle aka High Sierra Transportation (Bishop)
    No longer in business as of Jan 2013.