North Lake Tahoe: Bike and Hiking Trails

Alpine Meadows - Squaw Valley

Description: Ski resort offering winter sports, hiking trails, yoga, shopping, spa and much more.

Special needs accessible hiking at Squaw Valley (http://bit.ly/2amQEvN)
Phone: 1-800-403-0206

Bike Trails through Lake Tahoe

Description: List of several bike trails that encompass Lake Tahoe.

Boreal Mountain Resort

Description: Snow Tubing, Skiing and more. Lessons and camps available for adults and children. Neff Land, a pirate themed terrain park.
Phone: (530) 426-3666

Brockway Summit

Description: Beautiful panoramic views, a great place for snowshoeing or skiing. Dog friendly.

Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point

Description: 2 miles of lake front and dense foliage. Hellman-Erhman mansion is located within the park and available for tours. Nature center on site. Family campgrounds.
Phone: (530) 525-7982

Fiberboard Freeway

Description: Paved bike path from Tahoe City to Tahoe Vista with paths for hikers along the way. Also used for scooters and snowmobiles in the winter.

Five Lakes - Granite Chief Wilderness

Description: A moderately difficult hike about 4 miles in length, with 5 lakes along the way to fish, swim, or view. Closed during winter months.

Flume Trail

Description: Difficult mountain biking trail with spectacular views.

Incline Village Parks and Recreation

Description: Parks and Recreation department offers tennis, youth and child programs, beaches, fitness trails, swimming lessons, swim teams and more.
Phone: (775) 832-1300

Kilner Park

Description: This park has a playground, sand volleyball courts, tennis courts, pickle ball courts, walking and biking trails, picnic areas and more.
Phone: (530) 580-6279

Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park

Description: National Park located in Lake Tahoe, has many trails, beaches, and other beautiful sites.
Phone: (775) 831-0494

Meeks Meadows

Description: Large ski area off the west shore of Hwy-89. Trailhead is located across from the Meeks Bay Fire Station. Follow it for access to Meeks Creek. Area ideal for skiing and snowshoeing, dog friendly.
Phone: (916) 324-1222

Move Mountains

Description: Offers adventure date nights, SUP, SUP pilates, kayak, sailing, hiking, camping and more with coorperate events available.
Phone: (775) 831-2646

North Tahoe Bike Force

Description: North Tahoe Bike Force is a summer mountain biking program for kids ages 11+, based out of Tahoe City, CA.
Phone: (508) 789-8347

Page Meadows

Description: Ski, snowshoe, or hike through the wilderness along an old road. Beautiful foliage and sights.

Sand Harbor

Description: Beautiful beach and harbor with views of Lake Tahoe. Swimming, scuba diving, nature trail and boating. Hosts an annual Shakespeare festival.
Phone: (775) 831-0494

Skunk Harbor

Description: A North Lake Tahoe hidden beach that can be accessed by a 1.5 mile walk. Dog friendly.
Phone: (530) 543-2694

Spooner Lake and Summit

Description: Fishing, camping, hiking, and hunting destination in Tahoe.
Phone: (775) 831-0494

Stateline Lookout

Description: Hiking trail up to 7100 feet with beautiful scenic views of Lake Tahoe.
Phone: (530) 543-2600

Sugar Bowl Resort

Description: Skiing, Ski Lessons, Snow and Winter Activities, Summer Camps.
Phone: 530-426-6790

Sugar Pine Point State Park

Description: Wooded area along Lake Tahoe with a nature center, trails for hiking and a beach for fishing. In the winter, it's a great place to ski, and snowshoe.
Phone: (530) 525-7982

Tahoe Adventure Company

Description: Provides unique and exciting adventures like kayak, sailing, SUP, biking, backpacking, snowshoe, and more.
Phone: (530) 913-9212

Tahoe City Winter Sports Park

Description: Open seasonally for winter activities - Cross Country Skiing, Sledding Hill, Snowshoeing and Dog Friendly Trails!
Phone: (530) 583-1516

Tahoe Institute for Natural Science

Description: Nature and educational facility located in Lake Tahoe. Offers bird walks, wildflower walks and guide books too!
Phone: (775) 298-0060

Tahoe Meadows

Description: 1.2 mile trail in a loop with meadows, mountain streams, and large pine trees. Great trail for all ages. In the winter months great for skiing, snowshoeing, and snow-mobileing. Dog friendly.
Phone: (775) 832-1300

Tahoe Rim Trail

Description: A 165 mile trail around Lake Tahoe accessible to mountain bikers, horseback riding and hiking.
Address: Lake Tahoe
Phone: (775) 298-4485

Tahoe XC (Cross Country)

Description: Cross country trail located in North Lake Tahoe. Free introductory skiing lessons offered during ski season.
Phone: (530) 583-5475