Upper Tyrolian completed


Tahoe Fund and Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association (TAMBA) recently celebrated the completion new singletrack on the Upper Tyrolian Trail on Oct. 18. The new trail offers panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and jumps and berms to help riders practice his or her skills.

Together with U.S. Forest Service and Sensus R.A.D. Trails, a nonprofit trail-building company by local freeride mountain-bike athlete Cam Zink, TAMBA converted old logging roads into nearly 2 miles of sustainable singletrack trail that connects Tahoe Meadows off Mount Rose Highway to the existing Tyrolian Downhill Trail. The new upper section of the trail, designed to reduce mountain bike traffic on Tahoe Rim Trail provides an official start trailhead with improved signage. | tahoefund.org