Lake Tahoe EIP

Incline Flume Trail Reconstruction

Project Number
03.02.02.0084
Action Priority
Build and Enhance Trail Networks
Implementers
U.S. Forest Service - Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit
Primary Contact
Joey Keely (joseph.keely@usda.gov)
Stage
Post-Implementation
Duration
2016 - 2019
Transportation Program Build and Enhance Trail Networks
The “Incline Flume” trail is located above Incline Village and is primarily accessed from Mt Rose Highway (HWY 431). It connects to numerous other trails and access points, such as the Tyrolean trail, Diamond Peak access roads and Tunnel Creek trail/road in Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park on the south end. This project provided trail maintenance and major reconstruction of several failed segments. It is popular with trail runners, mountain bikers, walkers and hikers - of all ability levels. This project has been a collaborative effort with Friends of Incline Trails, the USFS, the Tahoe Fund, and many local volunteers.

Key Accomplishments

  • Miles of Trails Developed or Improved: 10 miles

Threshold Categories

  • Recreation
Incline Flume Trail
(Timing: After) (~172 KB)
Credit: Tahoe Fund Incline Flume Trail

Location