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Trail Etiquette & Popular Resorts

Kristofer B. WakefieldGive the right of way to skiers. They will have the least amount of control.
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Trail Etiquette

Avoid snowshoeing on existing ski tracks. Hike to the side of such tracks so cross-country skiers don’t have to re-track the trail.

Give the right of way to skiers. They will have the least amount of control. If you are snowshoeing or skiing, be aware of snowmobiles as they are likely to be moving fast and may have trouble avoiding you.



Don’t leave your litter behind. Just like in the summer, it is important to pack out your litter.

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Important Numbers

Tahoe National Forest

(530) 265-4531

Big Bend Visitor Center

(530) 426-3609

Where To Go Resorts:

(All resorts have full facilities including bathrooms and restaurants)

Alpine Meadows – Snowshoeing

Boreal – Snowshoeing, sledding

Squaw Valley – Snowshoeing, ice skating

Forest Service:

Big Bend Visitors Center – Snowshoeing

Sno-Parks:

Donner Lake – Snowshoeing, snow play

Donner Summit – Snowmobiling,snowshoeing

Yuba Gap – Snow play, snowshoeing, sledding

Yuba Pass – Snowmobiling, snowshoeing


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