It’s no surprise that cyclists, runners, and hikers come from all around the globe to explore the Tahoe Basin’s vast network of trails. These paths are known for their stunning picturesque views and versatile wooded terrain in the High Sierra. We’re lucky to call the West Shore our home and are proud to offer our trails to the public for outdoor recreation. Given our resort’s diversity in terrain, we feel there is something for everyone here – no matter the season.
From groomed boulevards to our trademark hidden powder stashes, Homewood has something for everyone. And with Ellis Peak sheltering our entire mountain from the high-ridge winds, the term “wind hold” is almost unheard of at Homewood.
67 runs, all of which have incredible lake views that will take your breath away, Homewood terrain consists of 15% beginner terrain, 40% intermediate terrain, 30% advanced terrain, 15% expert terrain and 5 terrain parks.
Use this map to properly plan your trip, please notice the different difficulty ratings attributed to specific trails and also their length quantified by mileage. For those looking for an access point for Barker Pass/Blackwood Canyon zone, check out the Tahoe Rim Trail’s website for further information on their extensive trail network.
As with any trail experience please be prepared for your outing, as Homewood does not patrol the trails. Motorized vehicles of any kind are not allowed.
Explore the West Shore of Tahoe through the network of existing hiking and mountain biking trails at Homewood Mountain Resort this summer. The West Shore claims its fame from its environment; perfectly spaced trees, alpine lakes, diverse but rugged terrain, and of course, up-close and personal views of Big Blue. Mountain access is free to the public and trail maps can be downloaded below, or picked up from our Guest Services office in North Lodge.