From a technical stand point, Daggett Loop is an intermediate trail. Aerobically speaking, it's intermediate when riding from the north end, but more advanced if riding from the south end. Starting at the north end, you will climb 620 in the first half mile, then descend 1220 feet for the remaining 3 miles. Conversely, starting at the south end, it's a steady 1200 foot climb for 3 miles reaching 8100'. Bring an extra lung if you're not used to the elevation. Daggett Loop is a typical example of a South Tahoe trail, with the usual fixed rocks and boulders, as well as decomposed granite surface. No significant technical challenges other than some rocks here and there, depending on the line you pick. The trail can have a few sand traps if it's been dry for a while. Climbing will probably be most rider's challenge, especially when riding south to north. The trail affords some views down into the Carson Valley.