Sugar Pine Point State Park - West Shore Lake Tahoe - Cross-Country Skiing
Easy access, quiet trails, and no fees to ski; when looking for locations to cross country ski in the Lake Tahoe area it doesn’t get better then this. Rich with local history, the biathlon and cross-country ski events from the 1960 Winter Olympics were held here, at Sugar Pine Point State Park, and it’s still a great place to explore today.
Sugar Pine Point represents total of around 12 miles of cross country skiing, best suited for short, relatively flat loop work outs.
Destination Distance From Downtown
Relatively flat, well marked trails. Beginner friendly area to explore.
Time To Complete
Short enough for a quick lunch-break workout, or you can link the loops for a longer day of exploring.
Spring and Winter
Dogs are not permitted on the trails here; they are restricted to on-leash and in the parking area.
Six dollar California State Park vehicle parking fee for the day, annual State Park pass also recognized.
- Backcountry Skiing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Flat Water Paddling
- Mountain Biking
- Road Running
- Trail Running