Lake Tahoe EIP

Fallen Leaf Lake/Angora Ridge Trail Project

Project Number
03.02.02.0082
Action Priority
Build and Enhance Trail Networks
Implementers
U.S. Forest Service - Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, Tahoe Area Mountain Bike Association
Primary Contact
Joey Keely (joseph.keely@usda.gov)
Stage
Implementation
Duration
2016 - 2021
Transportation Program Build and Enhance Trail Networks
The Tahoe Area Mountain Bike Association (TAMBA) and the U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit partnered to build nearly 5 miles of new trail in the Angora Fire burn area connecting neighborhoods to Angora Ridge and Fallen Leaf Lake. In 2017 TAMBA held over 60 volunteer trail days with about 150 volunteers and 2,000 hours of trail building. Work is currently on the Lily Lake Trail to connect Lily Lake to Angora Ridge. This project captures the private funding contribution to the project; the USFS contribution is tracked in "Basin-wide Trail BMP Upgrades and Maintenance 01.01.04.0055 Project video: http://www.tamba.org/homepage/angora-trail-project-year-end-recap/

Key Accomplishments

  • Miles of Trails Developed or Improved: 6.5 miles

Threshold Categories

  • Recreation
Lily Lake Trail
(Timing: Before) (~422 KB)
Credit: TAMBA Lily Lake Trail

Location