Kingsbury Pines / Nevada Beach Loop

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Kingsbury Pines / Nevada Beach Loop is a 5.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kingsbury, Nevada and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from April until September.

5.2 miles
337 feet



nature trips


no dogs

5 hours ago

Nice moderate hike. Not much in the way of views but very pleasant in the trees with quite a bit of shade. Definitely park at Kahle park rather than across the road. The trail back from the beach doesn’t have much shade so consider which way to go depending on temp and sun exposure.

As you’ll see in the other reviews the trail isn’t very well marked. Following the map on AllTrails was very useful.

2 months ago

Lovely Sunday afternoon ramble.

7 months ago

Easy but not very scenic until you get to the lake. Mostly paved but very poorly marked - at one point trifurcated with no indication which way to go. (It’s the middle fork). GPS essential to avoid getting lost.

10 months ago

A pretty hike. A couple places should be marked better. We got off the trail twice and had to rely on the app map a lot. Earlier post was correct. No idea why All Trails had you start where they do. You can start at the park and not have to cross Kingsbury.

11 months ago

This trail should not start on Deer Run Court (out of the way, little parking). It should start in the parking lot at Kahle Park, or in the trailhead parking lot on Kahle Drive, just west of Lake Tahoe Blvd/Highway 50.

Not always obvious where dirt trail leaves paved trail in a couple of places.

Fairly easy 5 miles, with nice changes of scenery.

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017