Rawhide and Page Loop
Seeking an adventure near Tahoe City? The Rawhide and Page Loop is an epic adventure just outside the township that offers amazing scenery and a great workout. Whether you are a hiker or a biker, we know you’ll enjoy this adventure.
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Route Description for Rawhide and Page Loop
The Rawhide and Page Loop is an adventure for those who seek a bit of a challenge. Primitive, overgrown, and lacking the proper sign postage, this route demands some patience and navigational skills. Thankfully you have our trail GPS to help you out! Whether you are a hiker or biker, this path will please you with the lush vegetation—from wildflowers, luxuriant meadows, towering pines, and quaking aspens. When heading out in the winter months, be sure to strap on a pair of snowshoes to easily navigate the snow-cloaked terrain.
Setting out from the trailhead off Granlibakken Road, those venturing the Rawhide and Page Loop wanders northeast before turning right onto a connector trail, then south along Rawhide. Follow this road southwest before merging onto the Rawhide Trail. Follow this route through the woodlands until you reach an intersection with the Tahoe Rim Trail. From here, follow the Tahoe Rim Trail west. Soon you will encounter a junction with the Page Meadows/ North Main Trail—track this route east.
Wandering through meadowlands, you will be granted distant and sparing views of the encompassing mountains. Soon you will merge onto the Paver Way, then the Page Meadows Indirect Trail before reconnecting with the Rawhide Trail. From here, retrace your footing along the path back to the trailhead.
Getting to the Rawhide and Page Loop Trailhead
The Rawhide and Page Loop departs from the trailhead and parking lot off Granlibakken Road.
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