Bike the Van Sickle Bi-State Park Trail

Rate this Adventure Lake Tahoe Tahoe Rim Trail Van Sickle State Park, Stateline, NV

Added by Brian Walker

Amazing Views from top to bottom and a great workoutAn awesome ride with a mellow climb from StagecoachThe milage from the top to bottom is about 5 milesThe elevation gain at the peak's elevation is 7,856 ft with the bottoms elevation at 6,250

Starting at the top of Stagecoach Lift on Heavenly Resort this trail wraps around the north slope down to the bottom of town at the casinos. It has amazing view all the way down as you make your way down the woods up top and then cruise through the burn area near the gondola fire down to the bottom. Full of fun rock sections, stair sets, and small rocks to jump off of. A great downhill bike trail and hiking trail.

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Mountian BikeWaterBike Tools (Incase of a flat)Camera/phoneHelmetGreat Attitude!*Snacks

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Activities:

Hiking, Mountain Biking, Photography

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Features:

Easy Parking
Forest
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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Added by Brian Walker

Lake Tahoe native exploring everything around the area with my camera in tow, even on my days off! 
 
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