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Updated status of the Tahoe National Forest. Additionally, NID facilities are closed but the trails remain open. We'll let you know when Hoot and Scotts come out from under snow. There are lots of parking options shown on Trailforks so spread out. (And remember that Harmony Ridge Market is doing call ins for take out and will meet you outside.) Please everybody, keep your physical distance because we want to be shredding with ALL y'all on the other side of this.TAHOE NATIONAL FOREST Recreation Facility Closures

In response to the recent statewide shelter-in-place order issued by the Governor of California, the Tahoe National Forest is joining the cause to aggressively mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by closing certain developed recreation facilities across the Forest while still encouraging beneficial outdoor activity.

• All restrooms facilities have been closed through April 30, 2020.
• Trash removal at all trailheads, picnic sites, and staging areas is unavailable through April 30, 2020. Please help keep the Tahoe National Forest clean and safe and pack out everything you pack in –do not leave trash or human waste at trailheads, staging areas, or anywhere within the Tahoe National Forest.
• Golden Quartz and Oregon Creek recreation sites have been closed through April 30, 2020.
• Donner Summit Snow Park has been closed through April 30, 2020.
• Permitted Ski Areas are currently closed to backcountry skiing and snowshoeing as avalanche control mitigations and other operations continue through April 30, 2020.

In addition, there are many seasonal closures still in effect and typical of this time of year:
• All Off-Highway Vehicle routes and trails are closed until April 1, 2020 on the westside of the Tahoe National Forest and April 24, 2020, on the eastside.
• Tahoe National Forest campgrounds are still closed for the winter season.
• The Burlington Motorcycle Trail System is subject to a current Wet Weather Closure.

In addition to the closures listed above, late-season snow the last few weeks has rendered many popular summer trails and access points above 5000’ inaccessible to typical summertime recreational activities. Skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling are fun, viable options in the Tahoe National Forest high country and wild flowers are just beginning to emerge in the lower canyons of the Yuba and American Rivers. Again, restrooms and trash services will be closed and unavailable through April 30, 2020.

Most of the Tahoe National Forest, including the extensive trail system, will remain open and available to the public. Hiking and walking outdoors are widely considered beneficial to maintaining one’s health. It is the intent of the Tahoe National Forest to maintain trail access to the extent practicable.

Please keep health, safety and caring for public lands in mind if choosing to visit the Tahoe National Forest. Your personal responsibility is critical to ensuring public safety and preventing further restrictions. We ask that you consider whether your personal participation in outdoor recreation at this time would pose an unnecessary risk to others and please select hiking or recreation opportunities near or within walking distance of your household –recreating locally is another measure to flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19
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Updated status of the Tahoe National Forest. Additionally, NID facilities are closed but the trails remain open. Well let you know when Hoot and Scotts come out from under snow. There are lots of parking options shown on Trailforks so spread out. (And remember that Harmony Ridge Market is doing call ins for take out and will meet you outside.) Please everybody, keep your physical distance because we want to be shredding with ALL yall on the other side of this.

Bummer! You can still walk or ride in but it's closed to vehicles. The bike park tracks are still too wet to ride and more storms in the forecast. Follow bike park status here Gateway Bike ParkFollowing health and safety best practices directives, the Western Gateway Park Board of Directors voted at their regular meeting to close all areas of the park beginning tomorrow (Thursday 3/19/20) morning. Park gates will be closed to vehicle traffic until further notice. For more information call the park office at 530 432-1990. Thank you for patience! ... See MoreSee Less

Bummer! You can still walk or ride in but its closed to vehicles. The bike park tracks are still too wet to ride and more storms in the forecast. Follow bike park status here https://www.facebook.com/gatewaybikepark/

Well, this is certainly a St. Pat's Day like no other. We're putting all scheduled gatherings on hiatus due to COVID-19 including the Social next week. We wish everybody the luck of the Irish getting through this and we'll see you on the other side. Or out on the trails from 6' away so smile and say howdy! ... See MoreSee Less

Well, this is certainly a St. Pats Day like no other. Were putting all scheduled gatherings on hiatus due to COVID-19 including the Social next week. We wish everybody the luck of the Irish getting through this and well see you on the other side. Or out on the trails from 6 away so smile and say howdy!

Bullards Bar trailwork day this Sunday 3/15 is going to be rescheduled. Please keep an eye out for the new date. This storm promises to be a good'un finally if Mother Nature doesn't let us down. ... See MoreSee Less

Bullards Bar trailwork day this Sunday 3/15 is going to be rescheduled. Please keep an eye out for the new date. This storm promises to be a goodun finally if Mother Nature doesnt let us down.
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FYI for anybody thinking about Auburn riding..... ... See MoreSee Less

Updated status of the Tahoe National Forest. Additionally, NID facilities are closed but the trails remain open. We'll let you know when Hoot and Scotts come out from under snow. There are lots of parking options shown on Trailforks so spread out. (And remember that Harmony Ridge Market is doing call ins for take out and will meet you outside.) Please everybody, keep your physical distance because we want to be shredding with ALL y'all on the other side of this.TAHOE NATIONAL FOREST Recreation Facility Closures

In response to the recent statewide shelter-in-place order issued by the Governor of California, the Tahoe National Forest is joining the cause to aggressively mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by closing certain developed recreation facilities across the Forest while still encouraging beneficial outdoor activity.

• All restrooms facilities have been closed through April 30, 2020.
• Trash removal at all trailheads, picnic sites, and staging areas is unavailable through April 30, 2020. Please help keep the Tahoe National Forest clean and safe and pack out everything you pack in –do not leave trash or human waste at trailheads, staging areas, or anywhere within the Tahoe National Forest.
• Golden Quartz and Oregon Creek recreation sites have been closed through April 30, 2020.
• Donner Summit Snow Park has been closed through April 30, 2020.
• Permitted Ski Areas are currently closed to backcountry skiing and snowshoeing as avalanche control mitigations and other operations continue through April 30, 2020.

In addition, there are many seasonal closures still in effect and typical of this time of year:
• All Off-Highway Vehicle routes and trails are closed until April 1, 2020 on the westside of the Tahoe National Forest and April 24, 2020, on the eastside.
• Tahoe National Forest campgrounds are still closed for the winter season.
• The Burlington Motorcycle Trail System is subject to a current Wet Weather Closure.

In addition to the closures listed above, late-season snow the last few weeks has rendered many popular summer trails and access points above 5000’ inaccessible to typical summertime recreational activities. Skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling are fun, viable options in the Tahoe National Forest high country and wild flowers are just beginning to emerge in the lower canyons of the Yuba and American Rivers. Again, restrooms and trash services will be closed and unavailable through April 30, 2020.

Most of the Tahoe National Forest, including the extensive trail system, will remain open and available to the public. Hiking and walking outdoors are widely considered beneficial to maintaining one’s health. It is the intent of the Tahoe National Forest to maintain trail access to the extent practicable.

Please keep health, safety and caring for public lands in mind if choosing to visit the Tahoe National Forest. Your personal responsibility is critical to ensuring public safety and preventing further restrictions. We ask that you consider whether your personal participation in outdoor recreation at this time would pose an unnecessary risk to others and please select hiking or recreation opportunities near or within walking distance of your household –recreating locally is another measure to flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19
... See MoreSee Less

Updated status of the Tahoe National Forest. Additionally, NID facilities are closed but the trails remain open. Well let you know when Hoot and Scotts come out from under snow. There are lots of parking options shown on Trailforks so spread out. (And remember that Harmony Ridge Market is doing call ins for take out and will meet you outside.) Please everybody, keep your physical distance because we want to be shredding with ALL yall on the other side of this.

Bummer! You can still walk or ride in but it's closed to vehicles. The bike park tracks are still too wet to ride and more storms in the forecast. Follow bike park status here Gateway Bike ParkFollowing health and safety best practices directives, the Western Gateway Park Board of Directors voted at their regular meeting to close all areas of the park beginning tomorrow (Thursday 3/19/20) morning. Park gates will be closed to vehicle traffic until further notice. For more information call the park office at 530 432-1990. Thank you for patience! ... See MoreSee Less

Bummer! You can still walk or ride in but its closed to vehicles. The bike park tracks are still too wet to ride and more storms in the forecast. Follow bike park status here https://www.facebook.com/gatewaybikepark/

Well, this is certainly a St. Pat's Day like no other. We're putting all scheduled gatherings on hiatus due to COVID-19 including the Social next week. We wish everybody the luck of the Irish getting through this and we'll see you on the other side. Or out on the trails from 6' away so smile and say howdy! ... See MoreSee Less

Well, this is certainly a St. Pats Day like no other. Were putting all scheduled gatherings on hiatus due to COVID-19 including the Social next week. We wish everybody the luck of the Irish getting through this and well see you on the other side. Or out on the trails from 6 away so smile and say howdy!

Bullards Bar trailwork day this Sunday 3/15 is going to be rescheduled. Please keep an eye out for the new date. This storm promises to be a good'un finally if Mother Nature doesn't let us down. ... See MoreSee Less

Bullards Bar trailwork day this Sunday 3/15 is going to be rescheduled. Please keep an eye out for the new date. This storm promises to be a goodun finally if Mother Nature doesnt let us down.
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