Eagle Mountain Bike Park
560-389-2254 or 800-391-2254
Gene "Wild Wild" West runs the show here. Gene keeps the park open year 'round and sports the area's only "on-snow" mountain biking. Summer Mountain Biking begins in June with 400 miles of mountain biking trails.
Homewood Mountain Bike Park
530-525-2992 or 877-525-7669; Web: www.skihomewood.com
After years of preparation and planning we have opened the Madden Chair to Mountain Biking. 10 miles of trails and beautiful lake views.
Kirkwood Mountain Bike Park
209-258-7357 or 800-967-7500; Web: www.kirkwood.com
Kirkwood is a lift-accessed mountain bike park that operates during the summer time.
Northstar-at-Tahoe Mountain Bike Park
530-562-2268 or 800-GO-NORTH
More than 100 miles of trails, from wide backroads for beginners to advanced single track for seasoned bikers, wind through pine forests and long scenic ridges. Northstar's mountain bike park is serviced by chairlifts and offers specially designed downhill trails.
Sugar Pine Point State Park
Sugar Pine Point State Park is a forested promontory on the western side of Lake Tahoe. Trails serve almost every part of the park. A short loop trail through the Z'Berg Natural Preserve, the Dolder Trail follows the lakeshore and passes the world's highest working lighthouse. For those with more time, the General Creek Trail is a 6 1/2 mile loop, offering an optional side trip to Lily Pond. Lost Lake, a beautiful alpine lake, is a full 15-mile round trip, and should only be tackled by seasoned hikers with ample time (6 to 7 hours).
The Resort at Squaw Creek
800-3CREEK3; Web: www.squawcreek.com
Resort for all seasons-- Each season offers new reasons to meet at The Resort at Squaw Creek. In summer, recreational activities are unlimited. Our scenic alpine setting at the base of the mountain in Squaw Valley refreshes. In winter, our location in a world-famous ski destination invigorates. For more information, check out the new Squaw Creek Guide.