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The Incline Village Bike Path consists of several paved trails alongside local roads in scenic Incline Village, Nevada. The community, resting on the northern shore of majestic Lake Tahoe, is well known for its picturesque environs, affluent population and Diamond Peak Ski Resort in the northeastern part of town.
The system provides access to shops, residences, Incline High School and Sierra Nevada College, making it a valuable amenity for residents and visitors of all ages. The most traveled stretch of trail runs along Lakeshore Boulevard just north of the Lake Tahoe shoreline. This 2.5-mile route is commonly known as the "jogger’s trail" due to its suitability and popularity for that type of exercise.
Parking for the Incline Village Bike Path is available at the Incline Village Recreation Center (980 Incline Way).
You won’t regret visiting this well traveled trail. The walk is fairly easy with some extended inclines. This is one of the most beautiful trails I have hiked. Gorgeous views the whole way to Kings beach and back. Plan to take your time and enjoy it. The is no shade on this trail and
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