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- Unexplored trails on the North and South Shore
- Great views and tracks of the North Shore
- ~8.5miles start to finish
Fantastic friends, epic trails in amazing places. Those weekend trips that leave you sad that it ended so quickly, and make going back to work on Monday oh so difficult. Starting from Northstar bike a number of forest roads and single track to the starting point of the Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT) off 267. From there ride the TRT southwest. The trail is primarily intermediate level with short sections of advanced sprinkled throughout. It’s a beautiful trail that meanders deep in the woods, up along the ridgeline and through Manzanita beside early spring creeks. You may encounter some patches of snow, but in total, you'll probably only walk your bike about 15-20 minutes. On Sunday explore the newly updated flow trails near South Lake Tahoe – the Corral and Cedar Trails. All I can say is WOW! They are so much fun. It’s like a playground for adults and the feelings of the group were summed up with ear to ear grins all around. If you’re in the South Lake area you can make a quick trip of these trails – especially if you can find someone to shuttle you to the top of Armstrong. The Tahoe Area Mountain Bike Association (TAMBA) has done a superb job building fun terrain features and maintaining the trail. Source
- Mountain Bike Gear
- Sun block
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