ADA Accessibility Notes
This is narrow, steep trail through the natural volcanic outcrop.
Located on the west shore of Lake Tahoe, the Eagle Rock volcanic outcrop at elevation 6,286' rises up from State Route 89 in Tahoe Pines, between mile marker 67 and 68. A moderate 20 minute hike leads to a dramatic and panoramic view. Early photos from the Tahoe Tattler newspaper document recreational use by area "residents" as early as 1881!
Park on the west side of State Route 89 on the south end of the rock. There is no parking lot or other developed facilities (restrooms, benches or the like) at this steep, natural site. The primary trail, located away from the creek, winds up the side of the rock. Due to a more recent trail extension, it's now possible to loop out to (or enter from) the north side of the rock
The California Tahoe Conservancy's Blackwood Creek Restoration Project, completed in 2013, has restored the creek to more natural conditions.
Please stay on the trail! Creating your own path -- or reestablishing old routes that are being restored -- in this steep environment leads to erosion into Blackwood Creek.
Pet Friendly Notes
Placer County regulations require dogs to be on leash.
Less than a half mile from the road to the top!