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Highest Peak in Tahoe

10,881 feet it's the highest peak in Tahoe. We used the Armstrong pass trail and Tahoe Rim trail... read more

Reviewed August 1, 2016
Evelyn C
via mobile
Tallest Peak in Tahoe Area - Bag it!

You gotta earn this one. Extremely confusing to find the trailhead, be sure to check multiple... read more

Reviewed April 11, 2015
TahoeRobertson
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Truckee, California
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At 10,881-feet, Freel is the tallest mountain near Lake Tahoe.
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Aug 1, 2016
“Highest Peak in Tahoe”
Apr 11, 2015
“Tallest Peak in Tahoe Area - Bag it!”
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El Dorado, CA
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Reviewed August 1, 2016 via mobile

10,881 feet it's the highest peak in Tahoe. We used the Armstrong pass trail and Tahoe Rim trail. 4,000 feet elevation gain. I am not sure how many miles of hiking at 9,000 feet up. Hydrate and take care that you do not get altitude...More

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Reviewed April 11, 2015

You gotta earn this one. Extremely confusing to find the trailhead, be sure to check multiple sources and plan ahead for a little confusion. The hike is deceptively easy for the first few miles, a pleasant, undulating stroll through the glorious high Sierra. You turn...More

Thank TahoeRobertson
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