Tahoe National Forest - Caring for the Land & Serving People
Tahoe National Forest Welcomes You
From the foothills to the peaks of the Sierra Nevada mountains, opportunity awaits
The North Yuba Landscape includes a 275,000-acre planning area to implement forest management work to reduce wildfire risk.
The Tahoe National Forest offers a wide variety of e-bike riding opportunities. This includes over 2,000-miles of roads, 195-miles of OHV trails, 190 miles of single-track motorcycle trails, and an additional 35 miles of newly designated single track available to Class-1, pedal-assisted E-Bikes. All roads and trails open to motor vehicle use are available for all classes of e-bikes
Don't have time to stop by one of our offices? Many services traditionally offered in our public offices are available online:
Tahoe National Forest lifts fire restrictions
Release Date: Oct 2, 2023
Prescribed fire operations planned to resume on the Tahoe National Forest
Release Date: Sep 28, 2023
An O-Fish-al Fishing Line Recycling Receptacle at Sugar Pine Reservoir
The American River Ranger District has partnered with Foresthill High School to install fishing line recycling receptacles.
Roadside Fuel Breaks for Wildfire Risk Reduction
On the eastside of the Tahoe, we're working on establishing fuel breaks along 200 miles of existing roads for wildfire and community protection.
Granite Chief Wilderness Trail Reroute Update #1
Trail crews have officially kicked off the project, which will create nearly 6 miles of new trail along the ridge connecting Granite Chief, Needle and Lyon Peaks.
Ski Resorts and National Forests for the Triple Win
Recreation enthusiasts fan out across the country in search of winter paradise. USFS and ski resorts have worked together for decades to welcome visitors to enjoy the snow.