Please join TAMBA as we rough-in the Lily Lake Trail that will connect Lily Lake to Angora Lakes. Bring your bike to ride the quarter mile of this fun and unique trail already completed. During the trail day teams will be clearing dense brush to establish the trail corridor, refining some of the trail already completed, and doing some rock work. We’ll provide snacks, lunch, and beer for everyone, plus some lucky volunteers will will be awarded Heavenly lift tickets. Please use our Facebook site to indicate if you will join us.
Also, if you can’t wait for the 15th, we will lead several trail days leading up the big event. Check out our calendar for the full schedule. Please join us when your schedule allows and be part of this great project.
TAMBA has an ambitious schedule of weekend trail days this year scattered around the lake. We need your help to make new connections or to make old trails more rideable. If you come out we pledge to give you plenty to eat and drink, to make sure you’re healthy and happy, to not waste your time, and to give you the opportunity to win North Star mountain bike tickets or lift tickets for any of the local Vail resorts (courtesy of Vail). In addition, frequent volunteers get the opportunity to earn TAMBA gear. So please support your trails by coming out to a TAMBA trail day once or twice this summer.
June 16 — Stanford Rock Trail (west side)
June 24 — Stinger Trail (southeast side)
July 7 — Stanford Rock Trail (west side)
July 21 — Tamarack Trail (northeast side)
August 12 — Tamarack Trail (northeast side)
September 15 — Lily Lake Trail (south side)
October 6 — Corral Trail (south side)
Things are subject to change, so please check the TAMBA calendar for the latest information.
Angora Ridge and Tahoe Mountain trails have new signs! The Angora Ridge trail parallels the Angora Lakes Road from Tahoe Mountain Road to the Angora Lakes parking lot, crossing Angora Lakes Road twice on the way. Mule Deer Connector provides access from Lake Valley to the top of Angora Ridge. Note that these sign sport new “no ebike” stickers.
Saturday, 19 people gave up part of their Saturday to get Mr. Toads ready for another year of wild riding. The group created or restored 33 stormwater control points along the lower quarter of Toad’s. More trail days will be scheduled all around the lake. Check out TAMBA’s event page for more info.