Oneida Street, Saxon Creek, Trimmer Peak, Fountain Place, Freel Peak, Hell Hole, Toads Trail, Powerline Rd., Eldorado National Forest, Sidewinder, Cedar
Last Known Status
Closed For Season
There are two main trails here. The first is a power line road and is mostly wide hard pack, and the second is about 3 miles of pure single track. The single track trail is mostly smooth and it winds through dense pine conifer forest. The whole area is pretty small, and is open for day use only, but the scenery is top notch, and camping can be found at nearby Luter Pass, Blackwood Canyon & Watson Lake campgrounds. Note that this trail system is regularly patrolled by rangers who check for stickers and spark arrestors. Trail Map...Directions...Nearby Trails...
From: South Lake Tahoe, CA
1) Take US-50 west about 5 miles
2) Turn left (east) on Pioneer Trail, continue .8 miles
3) Turn right on Oneidas Street, continue straight until you see a gated entrance, proceed through
4) Stay on paved road for about .5 miles, main staging area for the Corral Trail System is on the LEFT*
*Note: The first large parking area on the right has access to Toads trail which leads to the Saxon Creek trail (ISE13) but because this route is now closed to motorized vehicles, it does not make sense to stage here. Proceed further to the Coral Trail System staging area on the left (as described above).
TYPE OF AREA
free, beautiful forest scenery, mostly single track trails
day use only, not enough trails, not long enough, trails are not one way, camping is prohibited
Very Good High quality, but not a lot of trails
Half Day High quality, but not a lot of trails
Miles Of Trail
6400 to 7100 ft.
Marked, Rated, Heavily Maintained
Powerline Road is mostly hard pack, Corral Trail is soft dirt
Corral Trail is pure single track, smooth & twisty
expect a few mountain bikers
(hazards not marked) oncoming traffic on single track, mountain bikers