Tahoe Meadows Whole Access Interpretive Trail is a 11.2 mile loop trail located near Incline Village, Nevada that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Directions from Crystal Bay: Take Highway 431 north.
I am lucky to have a friend with local knowledge. We started snowshoeing at Tahoe Meadows and shortly turned right into the beautiful woods. In less than a mile we were at Chickadee Ridge at just under 8,700 feet. It has a spectacular view down to Lake Tahoe. And right before the woods opened up at the ridgeline, we stopped to feed the chickadees. With a little patience, they will come eat the seed right out of your hand!
Highly recommended. easy but very pretty in the fall..
My family and I loved this trail. Beautiful scenery. Very dog-friendly. My pointer was ecstatic!
Great trail to hike with my wife and 2 year old. We just did the 3 mile loop.
Windy & beautiful day
The trail is great for kids, but beware of an aggressive coyote protecting a den. It was paving the trail and would not let hikers pass.
Great hike for families. There are trails of various lengths. We took our three year old on the lower meadows loop it was just over 3 miles easy to see trail and pretty flat and easy to walk. Will definitely to it again.
Nice easy walk, with good scenery.
Great hike with the kids with beautiful scenery. Love the boardwalk and the cute creek.
Attempted in May, but the snow was covering most of the trail. In June the flowers looked more like spring than summer. Recommendation in the summer months is get to an early morning start. You will not only miss the afternoon heat, but you will also miss the crowds to this popular trail. It is beautiful.
Great quick little hike! Lots of great photo opportunities and the wildflowers were beautiful.
Extremely easy hike, but the lush scenery and peaceful meadow make this worth it.