Lake Tahoe & the Lost Sierras singletrack

This mountain bike tour of Lake Tahoe is talked about as one of the “Fifty Best Trips on the Planet”. You glide through the forests and along the hidden lakes around Lake Tahoe. Peak climbs can be tough, but the phenomenal views make the effort well


  • Lake Tahoe State Park and Spooner Lake.
  • The Flume Trail.
  • Tahoe Rim Trail


TypeMountain bike
Duration5 days
Daily distance13 – 19 mi
Total distance 82 mi
Group sizemin. 6 max 13
LodgingCasual & Luxury Inns & Restaurants
BicycleNot included
MonthJune, July, August, September
States or countryNevada
Airport startReno-Tahoe Int. Airport
Airport finishReno-Tahoe Int. Airport

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