Visit Truckee-Tahoe logo.

Tahoe National Forest Snowmobile Trail Grooming Update

Siobhan Kenney
March 17, 2022
Text Link

Did you know that more than 200 miles of snowmobile trails are groomed on the Tahoe National Forest?! These marked backcountry trails are open for snowmobile use, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and dog walking. Remember to share the trail!

Tahoe National Forest Grooming Update

Read the latest report to see when marked snowmobile routes were last groomed and get notes on trail conditions.

Grooming Update #17 - Thursday, March 17, 2022

NEW! Sustainable Truckee Winter Recreation Map

Check out our NEW Sustainable Truckee Winter Recreation Map (Beta) to find trailhead parking areas in the Tahoe National Forest. This digital, interactive map shows backcountry locations for snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing, snow play, cross country skiing, and more.

WINTER RECREATION MAP

Know Before You Go

Be prepared for winter conditions. Use the links below to plan for backcountry travel.

Recreate Responsibly & Leave No Trace

Protect the places we play! Follow the Recreate Responsibly (Winter Edition) guidelines and Leave No Trace while you enjoy our winter trails. The six easy tips can help us all take care of Truckee-Tahoe and the outdoor spaces we all love. Remember, today's snow is tomorrow's water!

RECREATE RESPONSIBLY & LEAVE NO TRACE

Visit Truckee-Tahoe logo.
E-Newsletter Signup

You’re in! Thanks for joining, stay tuned for news and updates.

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form

Copyright 2022 Visit Truckee-Tahoe