Whether you’re looking for smooth fire roads or technical single track, Tahoe has you covered. Remember, federal and state wilderness areas are closed to bikes, so ride responsibly and stick to open trails.
- Rim Trail: One of Tahoe’s most famous trails, the Rim Trail is an 18 mile loop on fire road’s. Expect exception views of the lake and breathtaking high alpine scenery.
- Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride: The name here says it all. This 18 mile trail drops from 9,000 feet to 6,800 feet on technical single track. Experts only on this one. Remember, the trail is shared with hikers and equestrians so ride responsibly.
- Fountain Place: This one is perfect for beginner cyclists and those looking for a moderate ride. Trails here vary in length from 2 to 10 miles and include paved roads, and moderate fire roads.
- Mountain Bike Parks: If you’re one of those riders who doesn’t believe in “earning their descents,” many of the area resorts including Kirkwood and Northstar at Tahoe open their lifts to mountain bikers during the summer.