Tahoe Donner Trails
CREWS ARE WORKING TO REMOVE FALLEN TREES THROUGHOUT THE NATURE LOOP TRAIL. DUE TO THIS ACTIVITY, THE TRAIL WILL BE TEMPORARILY CLOSED DAILY FROM 7AM UNTIL THE EVENING. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PROJECT CONSTRUCTION ZONES, INCLUDING AROUND THE ALDER CREEK ADVENTURE CENTER, CLICK HERE.
The Tahoe Donner Trail System is the ultimate playground for hikers, trail runners, mountain bikers and equestrians with more than 60 miles of trails and fire access service roads spanning over 5,000 acres. With thousands of users, horses and dogs included, it is important that we all work together and observe basic trail rules and etiquette to keep the backcountry safe and enjoyable for everyone.
Trails Notice October 6, 2022 | Check for algae in freshwater sources
Toxic algal mats may be present in water in the Truckee-Tahoe area, including Tahoe Donner. If you see algal mats, do not let children, adults or dogs touch, drink or swallow the algae or water.
Call your doctor or veterinarian immediately if you or your pet get sick after contact with or ingesting algae. For more information on toxic algae, visit mywaterquality.ca.gov/habs.
Trails Notice June 7, 2022 | As part of the XC Snowmaking project this summer, trail construction is currently taking place at Alder Creek Adventure Center. Please be mindful of construction zones and keep out. Learn more and see zone map.
To learn more about initiatives to unite all trail users, visit the Trails are Common Ground website.