Tahoe Donner has 60+ miles of trails and fire service roads, covering approximately 3,474 acres of epic, wild terrain. Many species of animals can be seen here, including quail, grouse, squirrels, rabbits, marmots, beavers, deer, mountain lions and black bear. Hikers, bikers and equestrians cherish this incredible natural resource. These trails are open to Tahoe Donner homeowners and their guests.
Spring has sprung and the trails are emerging from their winter cover. Most south facing trails are nearly free of snow, however they are quite muddy and need another couple of weeks to dry out. North facing trails, including Hawk’s peak and much of Euer Valley, are either holding their snow pack or running snow melt.
We know you’re itching to get out on the trails, but riding through mud is extremely damaging and creates wider trails. Please help to keep single track single!!
The 2018 trail map will be available soon. There will be revisions to previous editions, so be sure to pick up a 2018 version.
Update on the Nature Loop Tail
The trail’s closure is to ensure your safety across the broken boardwalk and an attempt at protecting the wetlands. Plans are underway for a possible Fall construction start date. If you have further questions or comments, please contact our Trail Manager at Cthayer@tahoedonner.com or (530) 582-9672.
Download a printable version of the summer 2018 Trail Map (pdf).
View some of the local flora and download a copy of our Wildflower Guide to take with you as you explore!
View the Trails Master Plan
View the Trails 5-year Implementation Plan
There are many opportunities to volunteer to keep our trails and our surroundings in great shape. Sign up for a trail day, a weed walk, or a clean up day.