Press Room

The Tahoe Rim Trail Association press room provides members of the media, the organiziaton and the public with a repository of articles and stories that feature the Tahoe Rim Trail.  Press Contact:
Mary Bennington,
Executive Director


TRTA in the News

September 15, 2012: Exploring the Tahoe Rim Trail, KOLO 8 News

September 3, 2012: A Trek Like No Other, Tahoe Daily Tribune

July 26, 2012: Take a Hike: Tahoe Rim Trail Youth Backcountry Camps, Reno News and Review

May 6, 2012: Tahoe Rim Trail a labor of love, Tahoe Daily Tribune

April 9, 2012: Tahoe Tonight, Tahoe TV

March 6, 2012: Tahoe Rim Trail , Planeta Running

January 8, 2012: Nuances of Forest Come Alive in Tahoe Rim Trail Guided Hike, Lake Tahoe News

December 19, 2011: Winter 2011-12 Trail Blazer

December 15, 2011: Trail Away: A guide to the Tahoe Rim Trail, Reno News & Review

Nov/Dec, 2011: Reno-Tahoe's Lakes and Parks, Nevada Magazine

Nov 22, 2011: 2011 Blue Ribbon Awards Winners, Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture (click here to view the video)

Sept. 22, 2011: Dogs get their own special day on the Tahoe Rim Trail, Tahoe Daily Tribune

Aug 31, 2011: GE Volunteers enhance Lake Tahoe Trail, Record Courier

Aug 30, 2011: Bay Area Workers spend weekend building trail, Lake Tahoe News

July/Aug, 2011: Tahoe Rim Trail, Via Magazine

July 5, 2011: Rim to Reno Kickoff with the Tahoe Rim Trail Association, Sierra Sun

June 26, 2011: Next generation learns the importance of trail building , Lake Tahoe News

June 16, 2011: Tahoe Rim Trail, Runner's World

May 9, 2011: The 25 Best Trail Runs in America, Runner's World

August 12, 2010: Soundslide: Building the Tahoe Rim Trail, Reno Gazette Journal

October 10, 2009: Killian's Quest, Runner's World

June, 2008: Thru-Hike the Tahoe Rim Trail, Backpacker Magazine

Tahoe Rim Trail Association


The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is a volunteer, non-profit 501(C)(3) organization established in 1981 to plan, construct, and maintain the Tahoe Rim Trail. This 165-mile, twenty-four inch, single-track trail is open to hiking, equestrians, and mountain biking (in most areas). The trail encompasses the ridge tops of the Lake Tahoe Basin, crossing six counties, and two states. The Tahoe Rim Trail overlaps with approximately fifty miles of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail.