Trail Conditions

10/19/16

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL CONDITIONS

 

We had some snow that has stuck around on the higher trails. Most of the Rim Trail has a few inches of snow on top of awesome dirt. So mostly rideable if you dont mind busting through a few crusty spots. Lower trails are awesome. 10/19

Tahoe Rim Trail:

Section by section from Spooner Summit South to the Pacific Crest Trail

Spooner Summit to Kingsbury Grade (NV Hwy 207):

Open and Clear

Stage Coach Lodge to Monument Pass:

Open and Clear

Monument Pass to Star Lake:

Open and clear

Star Lake to Freel Pass:

Open and clear

Freel Pass to Armstrong Pass:

Open and clear

Armstrong Pass to top of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride:

Open and clear

Top of Mr.Toads Wild Ride to Luther Pass:

Open and clear

Luther Pass to Pacific Crest Trail:

Open and clear

Trails descending off of TRT (north to south)

Monument Pass Trail:

Open and clear

Star Lake Trail:

Open and clear

Cold Creek Trail:

Open and ready

Armstrong Pass Trail:

Open and ready

Armstrong Connector:

Open and ready

Corral Trail and Sidewinder:

Open and ready

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride:

Open and clear

Christmas Valley Trail:

Open and clear

Tahoe Mountain Trails:

Open and ready