Tahoe Rim Trail Association

Inspiring Stewards, Preserving the Trail

The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is a community of volunteers and members committed to enhancing and preserving one of the most spectacular trails in the world.

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TRAIL MAPS

Dowloadable/printer-friendly maps and interactive web maps with information on trail use guidlines and restrictions.

 

TRAIL CONDITIONS

The latest information available on snow coverage, trail closures and more.

 

BACKPACKING, BIKEPACKING & THRUHIKING INFO

Info on water sources, camping areas, required permits, shuttles, parking and more.

What We Do

The Mission of the Tahoe Rim Trail Association is to maintain and enhance the Tahoe Rim Trail system, practice and inspire stewardship, and preserve access to the natural beauty of the Lake Tahoe region.

Hiking on the Tahoe Rim Trail

Whether tackling the Tahoe Rim Trail as a 165 mile thruhike or enjoying a leisurely day hike, the amazing vistas, high alpine lakes, meadows and peaks always make for a rewarding experience.

Hit the trail on a guided hike or head out on your own day hike or backpacking trip.

 

Discover a  World-Class Mountain Biking Destination 

The Tahoe Rim Trail is an incredibly scenic and diverse mountain bike trail system. Grueling climbs, mellow non-technical trails, and hair-raising downhills can all be found on the Tahoe Rim Trail.

Before heading out, make sure to check out local regulations as some portions of the trail, such as designated wilderness areas, aren’t open to bikes.

Experiencing the Tahoe Rim Trail on Horseback

The Tahoe Rim Trail is home to unforgettable memories for equestrians. Some segments present significant challenges to it’s highly recommended that all riders and their livestock have adequate trail experience.