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Caldor Fire repairs

While extensive work was completed in the fall of 2022, allowing the reopening of the Caldor Burn area to the public, many repairs will be needed an ongoing through 2022 and 2023. Always use caution when recreating in the burn…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Christmas Valley alternate lines

TAMBA volunteers have been working all summer on several advanced “alternate lines” on Christmas Valley trail in partnership with the USFS- LTBMU These lines were scouted and surveyed with Forest Service personnel. For your safety, walk and scout the lines…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Kaspian Rim

The Kaspian Rim Trail on Lake Tahoe’s West shore is a continuation of TAMBA’s re-route of Stanford Rock Trail. An old maze of logging roads covers this area, however they weren't built with recreation or sustainability in mind. The Kaspian…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Road 73 Bypass

Boring name, great trail! The Road 73 Bypass project has been a long awaited reconstruction of a trail that used to run down a nearby drainage and through the meadow. This project re-aligns the old trail to the west side…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Lower Tyrolian reroute

TAMBA has partnered with the USFS- Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit to re-route the bottom 0.75 miles of the Tyrolian Trail away from the residential neighborhood and over to the east side of Incline Creek. This will help reduce user…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Meeks Ridge Trail

The Meeks Ridge Trail realignment will close a large connection gap on the West Shore and improve recreation opportunities. We are partnering with the Forest Service and Tahoe Fund to re-align sections of the Meeks Ridge Trail. This was an…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022

Lower Stinger reroute

This project realigns the bottom 1.5 miles of the Kingsbury Stinger OHV Trail. Instead of finishing in a neighborhood with poor OHV staging opportunities, it will be moved towards Round Hill so it ends on Sewer Plant Road with a…
Drew Bray
August 4, 2022