Loch Leven Lakes Trail16 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Tahoe National Forest, 49645 Hampshire Rocks Rd, Emigrant Gap, CA 95715, United States, Sacramento
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-5302654531
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Trail, Family And Kids
The Loch Leven Lakes Trail is an almost 12-kilometer-long hiking trail located almost 120 kilometer away from the City of Sacramento. It is classified as a moderately tough trail and is accessible from the months of May to October. The trail is dog and mountain bike friendly. The whole trail is filled with scenic views of the Tahoe National Forest and beautiful Sierra Nevada lakes. The higher altitudes of the climb, especially offer hikers with some breathtaking views of the nearby landscape.
How to Reach Loch Leven Lakes Trail
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
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2.08% of people who visit Sacramento include Loch Leven Lakes Trail in their plan
50% of people start their Loch Leven Lakes Trail visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Loch Leven Lakes Trail
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Loch Leven Lakes Trail
Loch Leven Lakes Trail Reviews & Ratings
This trail is bit confusing to me because of rocks. It is also hard in a way because of terrain. You will get your hard work reward once you reach the lakes. It's spectacular and try sit and enjoy.
Wonderful place for a hike! Took the steeper side up and it was far less crowded than than the more gradual ascent (Mid July). Plus the views were far better on the steeper side.
Beautiful place with many good camping sites spread throughout the three lakes area, worth the rough trail and elevation gain to get there.
Great hike to just get off the highway if you're traveling 80
Beautiful trail. It's difficult to follow the path; but like others have posted, look for the rock piles. There are many tight spots, big stair steps and slip/trip hazards.