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Taylor Creek/Fallen Leaf-XCountry Ski


Taylor Creek/Fallen Leaf-XCountry Ski
Pet-Friendly Cross Country Skiing Resorts
off Highway 89
South Lake Tahoe,
California



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The Taylor Creek/Fallen Leaf area provides the newcomer to cross-country skiing an opportunity to enjoy winter adventure. Developed for the beginner, this well marked series of trails allows skiers to explore an area of forest with the knowledge that other people are near and there is no avalanche danger. The terrain is mostly flat and provides an excellent day tour for the whole family. The developed trails cover a large area and although heavily used, are not congested. The loop trail traverses through open meadows and aspen groves. To get there, take Highway 89 north from South Lake Tahoe approximately 3-1/2 miles to the Taylor Creek Sno-Park. Snowmobiles are not allowed. You'll need to bring your own cross-country skis.





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