South Tahoe in March

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  • #181755

    Is possible to go mountain biking in south lake tahoe for spring break? I’m planning on going mid March, early April

    Thanks

    Thomas

  • #181792

    Not unlikely. Tahoe is snowed in at that time of year, even in a low snow year. This is an El Nino year which is a high snow year. You’re going to have to drive down in elevation quite a bit to find dry land in March or early April.

  • #181793

    Sorry about the poor communication. I actually meant to say “not likely” as in No.

  • #181796

    Rent a Fat Bike and you can ride.

  • #181798

    Ok thanks, I have been looking into the San Francisco bay area. Any trail suggestions?

  • #181817

    From the looks of it, Tahoe is going to have snow this year.  If you made the trip over the last couple years, you would have been fine!

    Some trails along the way to the Bay Area that are worth checking out:

    Jenkinson Lake Loop (Sly Park) http://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/jenkinson-lake-loop.html

    Salmon Falls http://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/salmon-falls.html

    Clementine Loop: http://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/clementine-loop.html

    Skyline Park (used to be a World Cup course!) http://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/napa-skyline-park.html

    China Camp: http://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/china-camp.html

    Camp Tamarancho: http://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/china-camp.html

    These are just a few of the options.  You can find tons of trails that are worth riding on the drive from Tahoe to San Francisco!

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