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Rachel L.
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Hiking

Poorly marked. Easy to get lost. Good service for AllTrails, but nonetheless confusing with a lot of distracting social trails

Mitchell R.
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Hiking

DO NOT FOLLOW THE TRAIL ON THE SOUTH WEST CORNER. I ended up getting both shoes soaked tried to cross streams by incorrectly followed the AllTrails map. From the random corner in the SW, connect to the official trail in the area - do not try to follow the AllTrails variation higher up in the trail - its a disaster. Otherwise the trail is wonderful!

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Jay Nevel
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Hiking

So much fun, lots of ants

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Madison Livingston
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Hiking

Just had to look at my phone many times since there are so many intercepting trails

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Xiaoming Zhang
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Hiking

It is not hard for me and my dog Mochi, she is small breed Shihtzu and she enjoys it. Lots dirt and she gets dirty easily. Many hiking trails along this road Mount Rose highway, and we will do one at a time.

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George Velarde
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Backpacking

I am backpacking the TRT in sections and I planned to do Mt Rose Summit to Spooner (25 mi.) over the course of 2.5 days. I parked in the parking lot right at the summit and crossed the highway waking in on Mount Rose Summit Ski Rd (the road that leads to Mt Rose Campground); there is a trail head there. I couldn’t park at the Tahoe Meadows parking lot because the gate was locked. I began at 3:30 in the afternoon so that I would cover 8-9 miles and then set up camp for the night. I did it that way because camping inside Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park (between Tunnel Creek Road and Spooner Summit) is only allowed in designated campgrounds, and I didn’t want to hike 16 miles to get to Marlette Peak Campground. So at 8.7 miles I found a nice spot to set up for the night on the east side of the trail. The next morning my friend and I hiked about 8 miles to get to Marlette Campground (filling up our water at Twin Lakes). Make sure to take the Christopher Loop detour, even though you may be tired from just climbing 700’ it is worth the extra effort. It’s a great place to kick off your boots and have a snack. On the trail it is not called “Christopher’s Loop” the sign says “Sand Harbor Lookout.” When you get to Marlette peak you either go right or left. We opted for the easier route and turned left (the East face of Marlette Peak). Good thing we did other wise we would not have crossed a small stream flowing about a 1/4 mile just before the Campground since we did not know that the water pump had been broken for over a year. Some workers were actually trying to fix the pump the day we were there and said they replaced all the top components of the pump but were still unable to draw water. The problem they said was down at the bottom of the well and they were going to have to do some more research on how to fix it. All that to say, don’t count on water at the pump, hike back to that stream I mentioned. We arrived at the Campground at 1pm which was great because we were able to set up camp, ditch our gear and hike down to the lake for a swim. It was so refreshing and well worth the 1-mile, 500’ climb back up to camp. The morning of the third day we finished off the 9 miles of the trail by noon and went into Incline Village for a much craved, well deserved burger and a beer at Inclined Burgers. It was an amazing trip!

Jeff Day
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Hiking

Did this trail in havianias, 90% heat in late June. Doable, but not ideal. This "trail" is only good if you like draining ur battery and using GPS. If you really wanna see this ridge just use TRT.

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Kimberlie King-Patraw
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Hiking

Great trail for families — from the youngest to the oldest.

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Karen Roth
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Hiking

Mt Rose summit to Tunnel Creek connector. 14 miles with 30 lb overnight packs. Very warm day! Beautiful segment of the TRT! Nice trail- not technical. Steep DG switchbacks down to Tunnel Creek exposed sunshine. Best part is beers at the end!!

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Kenneth Lund
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Hiking

Perfect weather, perfect trail. On the long side for a day hike, but the frequent world class views make up for it. No snow (tiny patches).

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Bonnie Billings
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Hiking

We took the TRT it was amazing and very easy. Wonderful views of Lake Tahoe.

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Marty Smith
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Hiking

I added the climb to the top of Round Mound with its wonderful views. A slow meander.

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Sylvia Carlson
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Amazing trail. Started out on diamond peak ski trail ,but totally missed the turn to head down the ski slope. checked the map and it was taking me to tunnel bridge, which added another 4 miles to the hike. incredible views. lots of shade and flat trail. mountain bikes share the trail but are extremely polite.

Ryan Sidler
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Mountain biking

Great trail! Lots of off shooting trails to bike! If you head in the general direction of the lake there are many great ways to get to Nevada beach! A great place to go for your first ride of the season to get warmed up.

Heather Moore
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MuddySnow

As many have noted, this trail is not well marked. It's easier to follow the TRT and hang right at the ridge once you're there. Easy hike but large sections still snow covered. I had my dogs so no chickadees came nor did I see any.

Naomi Chavez
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HikingBugsIcyMuddyOff trailRockySnow

There were NO trail markings.. keep your map handy. This is a bit more of a moderate hike. I brought my 3 kids(6,7,12). Bring seeds for the chickadees!!

Jacquelyn Britton
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HikingMuddySnow
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Kristy Williams
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Hiking

Very nice trail. Missed the turn going down the slope and continued on the flume trail for about a mile. End of hike was a good heart work out uphill

glen p
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Hiking

Solid little walk only part is at the start make sure you walk the sealed path by side of road to the bridge as the other area is muddy still

Sophia Palomo
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HikingIcySnow

Still a lot of snow on the ground so I couldn’t find the trail. I’ve hiked this before so I kind of knew the way and hiked up to the ridge for the Tahoe view, but if you haven’t done this hike before it might be tricked to do. Still worth it, bring bird seed for feeding the chickadees.

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Tara Shutes
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Hiking

Not well marked. When finally found it.. covered in snow.. will come back in couple weeks

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Sasha Reber
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HikingIcyMuddySnow
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