Barker Meadow is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Placer County, California. It is within Tahoe National Forest. It is 6.0 miles long and begins at 7,657 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 531 feet. The Barker Pass saddle is near the trailhead. The Barker Meadow and Barker Meadow can be seen along the trail.
Barker Meadow Professional Reviews and Guides
"Above the west shore of Lake Tahoe is a wedge of land between Granite Chief Wilderness to the north and Desolation Wilderness to the south that is primarily the domain of off-highway vehicles. This trip uses a section of the Pacific Crest and Tahoe Rim trails to pass through this region on a nonmotorized, mostly forested romp between Barker Pass and forest- rimmed Richardson Lake. Several flower-lined streams and small meadows provide diversions along the way."
--Mike White, Afoot & Afield: Tahoe-Reno: 201 Spectacular Outings in the Lake Tahoe Region (Wilderness Press).
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