This 1.2 mile loop trail winds among huge granite boulders and towering pines, crosses sparkling mountain streams, and wanders through a lush alpine meadow on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, Carson Ranger District. This interpretive trail is designed to be a safe, comfortable experience for people of all ages and people in wheelchairs.
☺ Informative and enlightening signage ☺Abundant wildlife
☺ Creeks with wildflowers ☺Open Meadow
Interpretive Loop Trail Description
Tahoe Meadows: 1/2 mile southwest of Mt Rose summit on Hwy 431. Paved parking, vault toilets. Trail begins at lower parking lot. Look for sign for Tahoe Meadows Interpretive Trail.
This trail is wide all the way around the loop. Including a short side spur to a vista overlook of the meadow It’s high elevation level (8740 ft.) can be a challenge, however the trail remains level all the way around.