Genoa Peak Road

EASY 17 reviews
#40 of 106 trails in

Genoa Peak Road is a 10.3 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Stateline, Nevada that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for camping, mountain biking, and off road driving and is best used from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
10.3 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1587 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Point to Point

dogs on leash

kid friendly

camping

mountain biking

off road driving

forest

views

wildlife

rocky

snow

6 days ago

Great forest trails for stock suv 4x4 vehicles and good views. There are a few turn offs a map would have helped. Never the less it’s not to hard to navigate at that elevation.

off road driving
15 days ago

Trail was incredibly fun! Took out our trail rated 2018 Grand Cherokee for the first time and it performed beyond my expectations. Any trail rated Jeep can handle the terrain with ease. It was our first time off road and can’t wait for the next trail. Don’t worry about tight brush scratching up your rig or anything like that. Have fun and ride on!!

off road driving
21 days ago

Went here in stock a rubicon and 4Runner with lift kit. Overall easy great beginner trail, took us about 4 hours but that’s cause we kept stopping at the many scenic spots. Nothing challenging here but definitely a fun drive with a few different terrain conditions. Definitely recommend.

2 months ago

Currently closed (Mid-April)

off road driving
7 months ago

This was a really fun trail. We are new to owning our rzr 1000 and decided to take it out today. Great weather , great trail. Even had a little left over snow. The trail on the map above was exactly accurate for us in the rzr. The rider must have been on a bike. However it was a great guide and we did take a few other trails of the main trail. Spent about 4 hours out on the trial with a few stops. Great views. 2 wheel drive in the rzr the whole time. Saw several dirt bikers and a couple others out in there jeeps.

off road driving
8 months ago

Fantastic beginner trail with multiple hiking access points to the Tahoe rim trail. Beautiful route. Good for most 4x4 with large tires. Dispersed camping is allowed within 100 yards of road. Awesome views of the lake.

off road driving
8 months ago

we took our JK Sahara on the trail today full-time 2 wheel drive not a problem 2 hours start to finish getting out a few
times cool easy Trail for beginners.

off road driving
9 months ago

Very nice trail. Wide enough for a full sized truck. Made it in a lifted 2 wheel drive even with some rain. There are some parts that can be tricky. Just keep it slow and watch for sharp and tall rocks. Offers some good views of Lake Tahoe. Just take a map or memorize the trail. Gets a bit confusing getting back to the 207. Cell service is spotty along the way. Took about 2hrs from end to end with a couple stops.

off road driving
9 months ago

trail was closed to vehicles on 7/4/17. lots of foot traffic but the gate at the beginning was locked

off road driving
10 months ago

Great trail for beginners. Soft sand and dirt and some rocks on the first 1/3rd of the trail. Hard dirt and rocks the final 2/3rds of trail. NOTE: The gate highway 50 is closed so enter at Kingsbury Grade. You'll have to take a left about 2/3rds into the trail at the right hairpin turn and head towards White Hill. Those trails will take you to highway 50.

off road driving
Saturday, June 17, 2017

The gate to this trail on the Castle Rock hike side is currently locked. I gave it a three star rating to be neutral because I wasn't able to drive it. 6-17-17

off road driving
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Fun easy ride in the rubicon, great views and some good hikes at various points. Bring a map, getting lost wouldn't be much fun.

off road driving
Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Fun trail, easy in/out from Kingsbury Grade (used my stock F-150) but if you get to the peak and want to keep going, suggest knowledgeable local to help... This place is easy to get lost in.

off road driving
Friday, June 03, 2016

Easy to get lost. Stay safe and always drive with someone else that has 4x4. Uncle broke his suspension here and had to leave his truck over night.

hiking
8 months ago

off road driving
10 months ago

Friday, June 24, 2016