Tahoe Rim Trail

#38 of 221 trails in Toiyabe National Forest

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Tahoe Rim Trail is a 18.5 mile point-to-point trail located near Incline Village, Nevada. The trail is only recommended for very experienced outdoorsmen and primarily used for mountain biking.

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4 Completed 7 Reviews

Did the whole TTR in 2012. Started at echo and it worked out great. Took 13 days.

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49 Completed 31 Reviews

Haven't completed the Tahoe Meadows to Spooner segment yet. I've been wandering around the whole section of the Carson Range between the Lake and Carson City-Carson City-Washoe Valley and Woodfords to I-80. I'll get it done eventually...

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38 Completed 30 Reviews

Yesterday I hiked a small part of the Rim Trail for a great view of the Lake. Drive 2.7 miles out of town on 267. The trail crosses the road there and goes uphill (East). Follow signs for the Spur Trail. A nice 1.5 mi uphill climb for a little side trip while you're in the area.

I have gone downhill from the trailhead there and found it less than thrilling...

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