Help keep the air clean and put more money in your pocket by using alternative transportation such as riding the bus or your bicycle. The City of South Lake Tahoe has public transportation with many routes. There are many bicycle paths and trails within the city as well. We have attached some links for you to view.
BlueGo the South Lake Tahoe area's coordinated transit system includes South Shore fixed-route service, the seasonal Nifty 50 Trolley, seasonal ski shuttles and commuter bus service to Carson City and the Carson Valley.
A favorite activity around the lake is taking the growing number of bicycle trails through scenic woods, beside the beaches, and through state and local parks. Designated bike trails are found in the South Lake Tahoe area and are summarized and described below.
Pope-Baldwin Bike Path
Starting south of Emerald Bay at the Pope-Baldwin Beach the flat 3.4 mile path meanders south past Camp Richardson, the Tallac Historic Site and Fallen Leaf Lake and hugs Highway 89 leading west to Emerald Bay
South Lake Tahoe Bike Path
This path starts where Hwy. 50 touches Lake Tahoe at El Dorado Beach, and connects to other bike trails and lanes in city of South Lake Tahoe and also leads into Nevada. Part of the trail bridges over Trout Creek and the Upper Truckee River just south of the lake.