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Tahoe Meadows Whole Access Interpretive Trail

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Easy hike and beauty scenery!

We enjoyed this hike and the helpful insights shared by the ranger. The bird songs and views make... read more

Reviewed June 16, 2018
Vickie R
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Farmersville, CA
Great hike & Snow shoe to Chicadee Ridge

Great phenomenal views and lovely chicadee birds all around. Easy to moderate terrain. 2 mile to... read more

Reviewed March 27, 2018
mslucies
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Petaluma, California
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This 165-mile, twenty-four inch, single-track trail is open to hiking, equestrians, and mountain biking (in most areas). The trail encompasses the ridge tops of the Lake Tahoe Basin, crossing six counties, and two states. The Tahoe Rim Trail...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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Highway 431, Incline Village, NV
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Reviewed June 16, 2018

We enjoyed this hike and the helpful insights shared by the ranger. The bird songs and views make this hike so enjoyable.

Thank Vickie R
Reviewed March 27, 2018

Great phenomenal views and lovely chicadee birds all around. Easy to moderate terrain. 2 mile to the top

Thank mslucies
Reviewed December 6, 2017

A wonderful Family mini hike for small children, youngsters and handicap accessible.. Very informative signs, bathrooms and wildflowers. Bring you binoculars and your wildflower ID book.

1  Thank Jeane P R
Reviewed September 24, 2017

Great popular site winter or summer. Summer easy hiking, wild flowers, view of lake, photos, critter watching, birding, water viewing-small Incline Lake has been drained. Winter- snow shoeing, sledding, cross country ski, motorized snow mobile. Sometimes in the winter there are thousands of folks at...More

Thank SamB29
Reviewed July 7, 2017 via mobile

Took my wife and four kids here because we didn't have anything planned for the day and it ended up being our favorite part of the entire trip. It was July but there was a ton of snow on the ground. We got to have...More

2  Thank Bisquick77
Reviewed July 7, 2017

It was still covered in snow. People were sledding down the mountain. We couldn't see the trail because snow nearly covered the sign. The snow was piled up to 6 feet in some places. Saw lots of deer tracks and even mountain lion prints.

1  Thank Aimee K
Reviewed June 25, 2017

This is a free park service/forest service maintained trail loop just below the Mt. Rose summit going toward Incline Village. The area is wonderful from wildflowers to snow. Stop by and enjoy.

Thank drdinnj
Reviewed March 29, 2017 via mobile

Also great for snowshoeing or cross country skiing in the winter. One of my favorite local trails. Very pretty.

Thank mes227
Reviewed October 10, 2016

We walked this a couple of days after a snowfall. Just enough snow left to give it a bit of a winter feel. Nicely done short trail. Path is excellent shape and mostly very level. Only 1.2 miles long. Nice places to stop all along...More

2  Thank simon s
Reviewed October 3, 2016

Went up to the Mt. Rose summit trail for a couple of hours of hiking in Sept. The air was thin because you are about 7000ft up but the trail is fairly level with a few spots of uphill. Its the uphill parts that you...More

2  Thank sanjosejohn
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