The Tahoe Rim Trail crosses six counties and two states. Finding information on how to navigate the wide array of public transit systems, taxi services, and shuttles can be challenging. The TRTA has compiled a list below of maps, links, and resources to make your travel to the Tahoe Rim Trail easier.
Trailhead parking access is very limited. The TRTA encourages users to explore alternative transportation options to help minimize user parking hardships. These services are a great way to avoid driving multiple vehicles for point to point hikes or rides.
For information about additional connections and services available in the basin please visit the Tahoe Area Regional Transit (from Sugar Pine Point to Incline Village) and the Tahoe Transportation District- South Shore Services pages.
Disclaimer: The following options do not imply endorsements by the Association but are services available in the Tahoe Basin.
Ride Share Services
Both Uber and Lyft are now available in the Tahoe Basin. In South Lake Tahoe, CA, both of these services are only able to pick up passengers in California. They can however, drop off passengers off in both states. LTE/3G coverage is required along with app download onto a smart phone device.