Explore the most popular mountain biking trails near Incline Village with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

cross country skiing
13 days ago

Cross country skied to the peak and back in the afternoon. Great trail for skis as it's a very gradual slope.

on Tunnel Creek Trail

hiking
25 days ago

Amazing! Beautiful views the entire way. Steady incline all the way up, but you are stopping to take it all in anyway so you will get plenty of breaks!

Legendary Flume Trail! Take this 1.5 mi, 5 mi, 7 mi all the way up to the entire 15 mi trail. Incredible Lake Tahoe vistas all along the way. Solid vertical climb so you get a great workout in as well. Bring water as it gets hot and dry. Careful of mountain bikers if you’re walking a dog. Enjoy the hike! Enjoy the views!!

on Tunnel Creek Trail

hiking
26 days ago

Absolutely breathtaking! Highly recommend. Do this hike. Stunning views all the way up and they keep getting better. Steady uphill the whole way, but plenty of rocks to stop and sit and rest as needed. Lots of turnoffs to explore as well. Definitely will go back!

hiking
1 month ago

Love this hike! Even if you only a mild in and back out you’ll love it! Today we went to the top.

One of the best hikes I’ve ever been on in Tahoe! Amazing views all the way up, in late October the most BEAUTIFUL fall colors. Definitely constant incline that will get your heart rate up but nothing unreasonable! Loved every second of it and the views at the vista at the top are stunning! Great dog trail too. I went on a Thursday and it was moderately busy near the bottom - I imagine it’s insane on weekends!

You won’t regret it. Peaceful and beautiful.

hiking
1 month ago

Quick hike up the ski slopes to a lodge with nice views.

hiking
2 months ago

Loved that there was a beautiful view at every turn. Windy and cold as we got higher! Winter is on the way. We caught a beautiful sunset at the Samuel Clemens bench - maybe two miles up? Wide, well-maintained trail.

hiking
2 months ago

This was a gorgeous hike in October with the trees changing colors. I would agree with the “moderate” rating Tunnel Creek Trail received as the entire path is uphill but the incline isn’t too severe. Our dog had an awesome time on this hike and I believe the graded trail had something to do with it. However, there is little shade and no water sources for dogs so bring plenty of water. We started hiking a little before 10 so it was pretty quiet on our way up. Traffic increased as we were coming down the trail around noon. There is a $2.00 per person charge to use the trail but it’s worth it because the trail is very well maintained. With an endless supply of stunning views and a solid cardio workout, you can’t go wrong hiking Tunnel Creek Trail.

hiking
2 months ago

A little confusing at the start. Think you’re supposed to take the bike path to the left according to the app, but we took the right and took TRT to Galena Falls and then up to Relay the back way which is a great detour anyway. The road to Relay Peak is a large dirt road all the way up and easy to follow. Spectacular views at the top. Took the bike path all the way back out which comes with even more amazing views of Tahoe and the fall foliage. Recommend taking the last mt Rose trail to the left instead of continuing onto the bike path which leads you straight to the highway where we had to walk back up it to the parking lot! 5 stars for the perfect views!

walking
2 months ago

*beginning of trail follows bubbly, gurgle creekside that is wonderful.
*connects up to the incline flume trail where presently there is logging happening.
*plenty of water for the dogs.
*mileage to incline flume trail at highway 431as a turnaround point is about three miles....so 6 total miles for this hike.
*mountain bikers haven, so mind the traffic.
*some terrific views near the top at 1.5 miles and 1.9 miles....a few more too...
*lovely way to go, and shady for a destination on a hot day.

Very well kept trail, beautiful views.

hiking
2 months ago

Amazing views at the top, of course, made this trek worth the climb. The trail is wide and mostly a series of ski runs. Overall it was a good experience but I didn’t enjoy looking at all the ski resort machines along the way. You can find the trailhead behind the lodge at the end of the parking lot.

hiking
2 months ago

This is a treasure of a short walk. We did it twice during our week stay to warm up for longer hikes. Go clockwise for an easier "up." Nice stream running along the hike, healthy beautiful coniferous trees. We collected some HUGE and perfect pine cones. Nice boulders along the way to sit. We saw very few people, mostly local dog-walkers. Highly recommend for a short hike.

Nice view and amazing I love it

hiking
3 months ago

This is a great little hike through the trees with a rushing stream on the side, even at the end of a dry summer. The trail climbs from the Diamond Peak ski area to a high point, then descends to connect with the Flume Trail. At the top there is a very nice view of the lake. Well worth the walk but the trip up is worthwhile by itself.

The trailhead is not well marked and the Google map in the app will send you astray. The trail starts on the left side of the Diamond Peak base parking lot and parallels the road into the Tyrolean Village complex. There is no parking at Tyrolean Village, so park in the big lot at the start. Once the trail leaves the condos behind, it's great. Keep a eye out for bikers coming down.

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful low traffic hike. Lots of scenic views, I would definitely do it again

Gorgeous hike. Hikers and bikers alike. Slightly windy at twin lakes but a great snack spot. I was all alone there... I think most people take the marlette route.

*bring lots of water.
*be mindful of many, many mountain bikers.
*very picturesque.

hiking
3 months ago

Amazing views and well maintained...not sure about the mile markers because we never saw any.

Great hike for day trip. Easily doable with my mom (who is 60). She did great.

hiking
3 months ago

Lovely hike with beautiful views. Limited parking, so better to get there early. We didn’t think the mountain bikers were obnoxious, but it was nice to know we would encounter them along the way. Entire way there is uphill. We are averagely fit people, and it was a moderate hike for us. We’ll be coming back again!

Great hike, fantastic views and very few other people!

hiking
4 months ago

What a great trail. It starts off with a bit of a steep incline but if you can hang in there it is well worth it. When you get to a grouping of rocks on the right (I think about 1.5 miles in you will want to take a little path off the the left. It takes you to Monkey Rock and some of the best views of Lake Tahoe. My husband and I are over 60 wand managed it well but you definitely want to be in decent shape

Good hike - well maintained.

Nice view of lake at points.

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