Haskell Peak Trail

#115 of 220 trails in Tahoe National Forest
Haskell Peak Trail is a 2.2 mile out and back trail located near Calpine, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking & mountain biking and is accessible from June until September.

2.2 miles Out & Back 1117 feet
hiking mountain biking views wildlife
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Directions from Sierra City: Travel approximately 5 miles east on Hwy. #49, turn onto Gold Lake Highway at Bassets Station. Proceed on Gold Lake Highway for 3.7 miles and turn right at the Haskel Peak Road sign. Follow Forest Road #9 for 8.4 miles. Do not take any of the side roads. On the left will be a trailhead sign reading Haskell Creek Trail 11E02. There is ample parking.

T Smith

104 Completed47 Reviews

this is quite short of a hike climbing up. views are fantastic at destination, lots of wild flowers in spring &summer. do this trail along with Frazier falls and choose another while you're in the area to complete a great day! enjoy!