Haskell Peak Trail

#104 of 125 trails in Tahoe National Forest
Haskell Peak Trail is a 2.2 mile out and back trail located near Calpine, CA that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible from June until September.

2.2 miles 1117 feet Out & Back
hiking mountain biking views wildlife
Hide Map

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
1 year ago

128 Completed49 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!