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Tunnel Creek bypass

Breaking ground on a new singletrack trail connecting the Incline Flume at Tunnel Creek Road down to the bottom of Tunnel Creek Road.  Reduce user conflicts on Tunnel Creek Road.  Improve user experience for ending Incline and Marlette Flume Trails.
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Meeks Ridge Trail

Liberty Utilities team day building trail       Help Us Build The Meeks Ridge Trail on Lake Tahoe's West Shore All donations will be doubled until we reach our $50,000 goal  The Tahoe Fund and the Tahoe Area Mountain…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Kaspian Rim

Project Update: August 4, 2022 TAMBA volunteers reached a construction milestone. We have built approximately 1 mile of trail. The end is in sight! We have approximately 1,800 feet of trail left to build to make the connection to Kaspian…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Lost Lake Trail

Lost Lake is a hidden gem on Tahoe’s West Shore.  Located at the edge of Desolation Wilderness, Lost Lake is a great destination for the backcountry adventure rider. Granite fields, alpine lakes, mixed terrain, steep climbs, and technical challenges end…
Jenna Langer
July 15, 2021

Kingsbury to Keller Trail

History The Kingsbury to Keller (K to K) trail is getting a serious upgrade! The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is leading the charge to reroute and improve the existing connection between Keller Road and Kingsbury Grade, and TAMBA is helping…
Christine Dobrowolski
August 20, 2020

Tyrolian Downhill Trail

TAMBA in partnership with the LTBMU Forest Service is looking to improve the existing trail conditions and establish a dedicated mountain bike focused connection to the Tyrolian Downhill Trail in Incline Village. TAMBA has contracted with Sensus RAD Trails to…
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August 4, 2020

Stanford Rock Phase 1

In 2018 and 2019, TAMBA replaced the original steep, eroded and degraded logging road, with a 6.5-mile sustainable singletrack trail. With the help of ACE (American Conservation Experience) crews, TAMBA volunteers built a trail that travels from Lake Tahoe to…
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June 25, 2020

Beaver Tail Trail

Overview In partnership with the Forest Service LTBMU and the North Tahoe Public Utility District, and with funding support from the Truckee Tahoe Airport and the Tahoe Fund, TAMBA helped build the Beaver Tail Trail in Kings Beach in 2019.…
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June 25, 2020

Incline Flume Trail

Overview TAMBA partnered with numerous organizations to help complete the Incline Flume Trail. Construction of the years-long project, led by the Friends of Incline Trails, was completed in 2018. The 6-mile trail connects Mount Rose Highway outside of Incline Village…
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June 25, 2020

Valley View Reroute

TAMBA volunteers moved dirt, shifted boulders, cut out root balls, and trimmed whitethorn to create the new section of Valley View Trail in 2017. The lower section of trail, part of the Tahoe Mountain Trail network in South Lake Tahoe,…
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June 25, 2020

Kingsbury Stinger Trail

TAMBA helped the LTBMU rebuild the Kingsbury Stinger Trail, providing a critical connection from the town of Stateline, Nevada to the Tahoe Rim Trail near Castle Rock. The 5-mile trail of flowy turns, rollers, berms, and rock features was completed…
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June 25, 2020

Corral Kiosks

The LTBMU installed the frames, and TAMBA designed and installed the panels for two map kiosks in the Lower and Upper Corral parking areas in 2019.
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June 25, 2020

Angora Ridge and Mule Deer Connector Trails

In 2017, the LTBMU and TAMBA partnered to create five miles of new trail in an area devastated by the 2007 Angora Fire. The Angora Ridge Trail connects the Tahoe Mountain Trail network to the Angora Lakes area, and the…
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June 25, 2020

Stanford Rock Reroute

Overview The Stanford Rock Trail is currently an eroded and degraded historic logging road south of Tahoe City that parallels Ward Creek from Lake Tahoe to the Tahoe Rim Trail on the Sierra Crest nearly 2,000 ft higher. Project Profile…
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April 25, 2019

North Lake Tahoe Signage Project

Thanks to a $14K grant from North Lake Tahoe Resort Association, cooperation from numerous land managers, and the hard work of volunteers, TAMBA is in the midst of a much-needed project to sign trails from the West Shore to the…
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June 25, 2019