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Corral Area Bike Trails

Intermediate/Difficult Corral Area Bike Trails including Sidewinder, Cedar and Armstrong Connector in South Lake Tahoe.

Corral Mountain Bike Trail Lake Tahoe

This area has a high density of trails for all ability levels and serves as the unofficial hub of mountain bike activity in the South Shore. Out here you will find the most legal features including log rides, jumps and rock rolls in South Tahoe including the new jumps, berms, rollers, and hips TAMBA and SBTS built in 2014. The trails all run parallel to the Fountain Place paved road so they can be shuttled by car. Or with only moderate climbing involved these trails can keep almost anyone interested for hours. You can find everyone out here having fun from people in body armor and downhill bikes to families testing their kid’s limits to xc racer types riding intervals. These trails link to Armstong Trail, the Rim Trail, Powerline, Railroad Grade, and this is also where Toads ends.

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Directions:

From town, take Pioneer Trail towards Meyers, turn left onto Oneidas Street, after passing a few houses this turns into a paved forest service road, follow for about 1/2 mile and park in the dirt parking lot on the left just past the creek crossing.

More trails to check out:
Star Lake
Monument Trail
Cold Creek Trail
Christmas Valley Trail
The Bench
Powerlines Trail

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