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This wide easy trail passes oak meadows, foothill chaparral and woodlands, and provides several nice ridge top views.
This wide easy trail passes oak meadows, foothill chaparral and woodlands, and provides several nice ridge top views. It connects with the Lake Clementine Rd, the Culvert Trail and the Lakeview Connector Trail. It is often used in conjunction with them for longer excursions. Walk through and enjoy the scenic trail lined by manzanita and oak trees.
Trailhead is off Foresthill Road just past the Foresthill Bridge. Take I-80 to the Foresthill Exit. Drive towards Foresthill, and in less than a mile, cross the Foresthill Bridge. Just after the bridge, the trailhead parking area is visible on the left side of the road. The trailhead is behind the green gate (#114) at the end of the parking strip farthest from the Foresthill Bridge. There is very limited parking at the terminus in a dirt turnout off the Lake Clementine Rd, next to a green gate (#146).
Geocachers can ride Squaw Valley’s scenic Aerial Tram up to High Camp, el. 8200 feet, to find 10 caches hidden among the mountain’s peaks using GPS coordinates.
From the convenience and comfort of a full service lodge, you can access the sledding hill, 4 km of cross country trails, a snow shoe loop, and brand new ice rink.
Waterman’s Landing is Tahoe’s premiere source for paddle sports purchase, boards, paddles, paddle sports accessories and paddle sports rental on Lake Tahoe.