Dog-friendly Interpretive Loop at Tahoe Meadows

Tahoe Meadows - North Shore

Incline Village, Nevada 89451
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Local Phone: (775) 298-4485
E-mail: info@tahoerimtrail.org

This trail is rated easy: 1.2 miles round trip

Location:
This loop can be accessed from the Tahoe Meadows trailhead, which is on the south side of Highway 431 (the Mt. Rose highway) about a .25 mile west of the summit.

The Interpretive Loop at Tahoe Meadows is a relatively flat loop trail, where you can explore open meadow terrain, flowing streams, and a lodgepole pine forest. There are informative signs along the way on a wide range of topics, including wildflowers, animal life, forest fires and the Washoe Indians. There are exceptional wildflower displays in early summer, however, this area is beautiful all year round.

The interpretive trail is suitable for all users, including those in wheelchairs. The trail is off limits to mountain bikers.

• Dogs must be on leash or under voice control at all times
• Please clean up after your dog

You coming? Photo Credit: @corgeouss
You coming? Photo Credit: @corgeouss
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