Most of the jeeps circle just below the actual zenith of Mt. Rubicon. But, if you just keep going up walking the last steep incline, the mountain comes to a small point with a natural bench for two at the very top looking over the entire Lake Tahoe Basin. On the East is a 3,000' cliff that decends from the... 更多
Took the Rubicon Trail on the west side of Lake Tahoe from DL Bliss State Park to Vikingsholm. This trail is a must if you are looking for an easy-moderately difficult trail with beautiful lake views. Bring a swimsuit and towel to enjoy one of several beaches along the way- a great way to cool off during a summer hike.
We will remember the scenery and the 4X4 adventure forever. We went with the 63rd Jeepers Jamboree. This was on our bucket list we and were not disappointed.
Amazing wheeling and scenery. got the opportunity to run the rubicon during the jeepers jamboree with a group of vendors from 4 wheel parts. the trail provides everything you could ask for when wheeling, rocks, dirt, mud, water and amazing sierra nevada scenery. spent 2 days on trail and one day hanging at rubicon springs and cant wait to go... 更多
Reading this site an get a bit confusing, esp when you read "don't attempt this without hiring a guide." There is a 4.6 mile hike known as the Rubicon trail which runs from Emerald Bay to Bliss state park. This trail is fairly long but not extremely difficult. I saw plenty a kid between 9-12 years old. I started at... 更多
This was one of my favorite homes in Tahoe. I started in Emerald State Park and headed toward Rubicon. Moderate trail with stunning views along the way. I went alone and felt generally safe (in terms of wildlife), especially near the shore. I typically ran into small groups of people every 20 minutes or so. I loved heading a bit... 更多
Start the trail at VIkingsholm and hike along Emerald Bay to Rubicon point. The almost 5 mile hike will provide... 更多
This is a beautiful trail and mostly flat with only moderate up and downs! A tip....start the hike in the... 更多