Regional Park Trail Map

The North Tahoe Regional Park has over six (6) miles of community trails that are open to the public for hiking, walking, running, biking, winter cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and outdoor adventures.a


Hiking & Biking Trails

The North Tahoe Regional Park has a variety of trails available for hiking and biking, from gently sloped to nearly flat, and steep uphill and downhill trails. Standard trail courtesy applies, bikes should yield to hikers. Please don’t forget to pick up after your pet if they join you.

While there are some challenging ascents and descents, the majority of the trail system is a good introduction to mountain biking for those that have never tried it and also a quick, fun ride through a beautiful trail system for experienced bikers. The Pam Emmerich Memorial Pinedrop Bike Path also connects to the North Tahoe Regional Park.


Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

For those interested in a quieter, more peaceful way to explore the winter wonderland, cross-country skiers and snowshoers can explore the groomed trails throughout the Park and surrounding public lands. Don’t forget to visit some of the most majestic Incense Cedars on the North Shore via the “Cedar Trail.”

Our friendly grooming staff requests that snowshoers and walkers, please stay on the right side of the groomed trails to leave the center of the groomed track for cross-country skiers.

Dogs are welcome to bring their owners along for skiing or snowshoeing, but please make sure to pick up after your pet. Please be considerate.

Please note that there are no cross-country ski or snowshoe rentals in the North Tahoe Regional Park. Please bring your own equipment.