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  • Address : 4835 California 158, June Lake, CA 93529
  • Phone Number: +1 844-754-5863
  • Email: info@yosemitegatewaychalet.com
  • Street Number: 4835
  • Route: California 158
  • Postal Code: 93529
  • Locality: June Lake
  • State: California (CA)
  • Country: United States
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  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    Spent weekends at Sierra Vista Chalet in both the winter and early fall and both stays were fantastic. With snow, we had access via the Mammoth shuttle to Mammoth's epic slopes -- but without the hassle of having to drive or deal with the Mammoth scene. During the summer and fall, we got to hike in the majestic eastern Sierra knowing there was an outdoor hot tub, full kitchen, hot baths, and clean bed waiting for us. (And one particularly memorable hike started from a trail head within walking distance of the chalet!) Each room had phenomenal views and ample space. What a treat. I want to go back...


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    Nestled in the mountain range that so enchanted John Muir, Gary Snyder, and countless other naturalists and poets, this spacious and sumptuous chalet is ideal for those seeking outdoor adventure or even just a quiet place to contemplate life or dig into a good book. There is no better place to enjoy the company of loved ones, reconnect with nature, and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    When I wake up in the morning to awe-inspiring mountain views, I can’t help but love my life! I’ve visited “the chalet” twice in the last year, in the summer and in the winter. My friends went out for some of the area’s more adventurous sports. My toddler & I enjoyed nature at the cabin’s door. There was plenty around the chalet or within a short drive to keep her happily occupied. In the summer we skipped rocks on the lake, waded in the water, and walked through alpine meadows. In winter we made snowmen and sledded in the backyard. Everyday she came in happy and exhausted. In the evenings, we all sat around the massive table, passing dishes and bottles of wine and making jokes about who would be the first one in the hot tub. For those who make their vacations about enjoying nature, friends and family (and hot tubing!), the chalet is the perfect place for you.


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    My family had a fantastic long weekend at this beautiful, private June Lake chalet. It has plenty of room with a terrific floor plan, modern upgrades, and thoughtful touches throughout, including some lovely Native American art. We especially enjoyed the huge, comfortable beds and living room with fireplace, large bar area, and high ceilings. The dining room has a gorgeous and very large natural wooden dining table. The big master bedroom has a modern tub/spa that is fully programmable. The two other bedrooms could pass for master bedrooms at most places. The entire chalet is heated by an innovative geothermal power system, which is a sustainable and practical alternative to fossil fuel. Outside are views of lovely streams and nearby mountains. We enjoyed June Lake's restaurants, particularly the Carson Peak Inn, which is a one-minute walk across the street. The chalet has been owned by the same family since the 1960s, and they take obvious pride in its maintenance and the satisfaction of their guests. In my opinion, this is a unique, beautiful and fun place to stay, far preferable to a hotel or lodge for a very competitive price. June Lake itself is in a great location, with Yosemite and Mammoth both within reach. June Mountain has a family friendly ski resort of its own. Mammoth, about 30 minutes away, is one of our family's favorite places in California. Besides great activities for all ages, the new Village shopping/dining area is superb. Overall, we would give this cabin our highest recommendation and hope to be back!


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    The chalet has been a spot we have vacationed at the past two summers both in July and in September. The location is idyllic and the Chalet is luxurious, voluminous, and replete with stellar views of Carson Peak, some larger peaks to the North, and the beautiful creeks running through the property's aspen and spruce trees. For a family that loves, to fish, hike, kayak the spot is Shangri La. There are great hikes everywhere in the June Lake Loop, not to mention its surrounds (Ansel Adams, Yosemite, Mammoth Lakes, Hot Creek, etc.) In fact there are great walks right out the back door both easy and strenuous. After the walks the hot tub or big bathtubs and walk in showers are awesome. Fishing on the Gull, Grant, Silver and June Lakes can be epic. Either plunking bait or spinning panther martins with the little ones, throwing streamers for lunker browns in Grant, dragging Rapalas in June, or teaching kids to make there first casts to the planted bows in Rush creek the loops fishing opportunities offer something for any angler. Obviously, my family likes to fish and we have done a little of everything from float tubes and kayaks to creek wading and shoreline beach chair fishing. We have had fine days in the dog days of summer on Rush and some exciting fishing in September for larger models with mixed weather conditions in the lakes and creek mouths. I have heard there are a few nice alpine lakes with brookies right out the back door, but we haven't ventured up with the lakes and Rush creek right out the front door. All the spots mentioned above are within seven minutes car time of the Chalet and if you want the local up to date lake information, stop by Ernies for the latest. Over the years I have been in June every month and have had some of my best fishing days in the late spring and early fall. The chalet regularly has big mule deer and other wildlife browsing on the property. The amenities are superlative from the kitchen to the beds and bathrooms. If a family fishing hiking vacation in a log mountain mansion sounds like the ticket, give Yosemite Gateway Chalet a try.