Antone Meadows loop

 4 votes

8.6 Miles 13.8 Kilometers


70%

Singletrack

491' 150 m

Ascent

-488' -149 m

Descent

6,915' 2,108 m

High

6,586' 2,007 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

Unknown

Update

This is an easy way to enjoy some singletrack tucked in the forest above Tahoe.

Nance Michalos

Overview

June through October
It's an easy, well packed trail with minor grade and very few obstacles.

Description

The ride begins at the trailhead for the Tahoe Cross Country ski area and meanders through the heart of Burton Creek State Park. The hard packed and level route follows the edge of the forest as it encircles Antone Meadows, never entering its sanctum.

With bridges at all the creek crossings, this ride can be enjoyed early in the season when the wildflowers are at their peak. There are lots of optional little side trails as well and you can get a map showing other routes at many stores in the Lake Tahoe area.

Contacts

Land Manager: California State Parks

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Jun 15, 2017
Brian Aquinto
8mi — 2h 05m
Oct 1, 2016
Aimie Hanson
Great trails. Not too technical but a great option for all levels. 9mi — 1h 00m
Aug 30, 2016
Nicolas Sallembien
9.1mi
Aug 11, 2016
Ru Ra
Aug 6, 2016
Star Fangled Nut
Jul 12, 2016
Eddie Morales
6h 45m
Jul 9, 2016
Scott King
A mismash of trails. We had to stop and check a lot at the junctions to follow this specific ride. Eventually we got off track but made it back. 9mi
Jun 10, 2016
Charlie Tabano

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 4 votes

#11

in Lake Tahoe

#1690

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#11

in Lake Tahoe

#213

in California

#1,690

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