**16 May 2022***
Tahoe XC is Closed for the Winter Season.
Many of you are anxious to get out on your bikes or to hike; many of the lower trails accessed from Tahoe XC Lodge are muddy and the upper trails are still 50% snow covered. We do not expect fully ridable trails until late May and snow will likely linger until the beginning of June up on the higher trails. Please consider riding at lower, snow and mud-free, elevations to avoid the spring rut and long term damage to the trails. Learn suggested trails and activities in our community blog.
Tahoe XC Mountain Bike Trailhead Mountain Bike Rentals and Retail will tentatively open, May 28- stay tuned!
Tahoe XC 2022-23 Season Passes are on sale. Don’t miss out on the early bird rate!
April 15, 2022 - Tim’s Time at Tahoe XC
You can barely say ‘Strider Gliders’ without simultaneously thinking of outrageously fun hats, playful energy, and local stewardship, as this program runs mostly from volunteer coaches and simply cross-country ski passion. Tim has been at the helm as the Strider Gliders Program Director for the past 20 years. As we ‘allow’ Tim to move on this year, it was important for us to gain insight from him through a casual interview of thoughtful and playful questions. You will be missed, Tim Hauserman, you, mad hatter, you!….Read more
April 2, 2022 - What to do While Waiting for the Trails to Melt?
With the ski season at Tahoe XC now closed, us cross-country skiing addicts go through a bit of a mourning period. Eventually we rip off those black arm bands and start fantasizing about getting back out onto the trails we love on a mountain bike. But when it comes to riding the trails, it’s time to whoa nellie, and put those dirt fantasies on hold for a few weeks. There is still a lot of snow and water out there, and riding on muddy trails and through puddles creates eroded and rutted trails….Read more