The 3-Mile Trail Along Lake Tahoe’s East Shore In Nevada Is An Accessible Adventure For All

Nevada’s outstanding natural beauty is something that everybody should be able to enjoy no matter how young, old, or fit you may be. Located right along Lake Tahoe’s eastern shore is an accessible hiking trail that acknowledges just that. The 3-mile trail boasts stupendous views of the lake and meets ADA standards for its entirety, so everybody can enjoy access to one of Nevada’s greatest gems. Check it out:

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Have you explored any of the Tahoe East Shore Trail in Nevada? We can only hope to see more accessible hiking trails like this one in the future! Share your thoughts with us below.

Address: 1924 Tahoe Blvd, Incline Village, NV 89451, USA