Rubicon Trail Jeep Tours
Your host to the most famous Jeep trail in the world!
The Rubicon Trail is especially relevant because this trail is the most famous 4×4 experience in the World. In addition to the amazing scenery, the famed difficulty of the obstacles has become an icon that every off-road adventurer wants to experience. Rubicon Trail Jeep Tours offers guided trips along the Rubicon Trail to the alpine lakes and peaks surrounding the legendary Lake Tahoe with varying degrees of difficulty and time commitments in our highly customized Jeep Wranglers.
Our goal at Rubicon Trail Jeep Tours is to provide your family a guided tour experience that saves you from having to figure out where to go and how to get there. We make certain that you have as much fun as possible without the most common challenges inherent with entering into a totally new and remote 4×4 adventure; like the learning curve of trail discovery, the potential of getting lost and needing recovery assistance. We hope you will join us and get out and onto the trails and into the forests for an experience of a lifetime. Rubicon Trail Jeep Tours will create lasting memories of visiting one of the most exciting and beautiful places on earth.
Our tours are available in either half or full day in travel time. If you would like to enjoy a tour with your family, friends, or executive team, please call us to discuss your specific interest at 775-790-7579 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rubicon Trail to Rubicon Springs
Includes the infamous Cadillac Hill section, the Rubicon River waterfalls with swimming hole, Observation Point, and Ellis Peak
full day tour – $1,200
Rubicon Trail to Ellis Peak
Includes 360 degree views of Lake Tahoe, the Chrystal Basin & Desolation Wilderness
Includes visiting Miller Lake, Richardson Lake, Ludlow Hut, Ellis Lake & Buck Lake
half day tour – $600
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