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The Flume/Tahoe Rim Trail Loop  (Nevada)      8k views  
         EDGE305 Software Version 3.10     Route creator ericfoltz  
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Overall:  6.0
Technical:  5.8
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Distance: 22.3 miles
Ascent: 2,838 feet
Time: 3:01 minutes
 
 
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Route starts at Spooner Lake State Park. Follow North Canyon Trail to the Flume Trail, up Tunnel, right on Tahoe Rim Trail to Hobart Road back to North Canyon Road.


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 spicolli1976 
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 ericfoltz 
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 XCRider 
2:49:007.9 mph1 
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 Ladera Mike 
2:40:498.3 mph2 
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  Route Comments
goldrunner09/03/17
EPIC ride with Jonnna! A must when in Tahoe.
 
Ladera Mike07/03/13
Rode yesterday with Jaxx29er. She had a mechanical at the end of the flume and went down Tunnel Creek. I completed the loop over the Rim Trail to get back to the car and pick her up. Such a beautiful trail. Weather went from hot to thunder storms.
 
brycstro06/23/12
w/ 1000ft extra credit on rim trail conector trail. AWSOME RIDE
 
spicolli197608/01/11
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! This is without a doubt the most beautiful trail/scenery that I have ever ridden. Great ride with my cousin Mark and topped it off with a swim at Incline with the family :-)
 
XCRider09/24/10
Did the ccw direction around Marlette Lake per suggestion from local bike shop. Definitely epic! Flume climbs slightly going South, but you also get a better view of the lake that way (which can be dangerous). Altitude was not as much a problem as I thought it would be, initial climb only took about an hour. Of course, after that I started taking pictures and stopping to take in the views.
 
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