Thanks to the hard work of MSTA volunteers, Tom Hesseldenz, Siskiyou County, Yakima Construction, and the Deadwood Conservation Camp. significant progress has been made on the Chalet Trail – a lakeshore alternate to the Lake Siskiyou Trail. When finished, the trail will provide excellent views of Lake Siskiyou and the Wagon Creek Bridge; plus an […]
The following was published in the February 18, 2015 edition of the Mt. Shasta Herald newspaper as a guest opinion. The spring-like temperatures and sunshine last Saturday afternoon provided my wife and me with the perfect opportunity for a walk on the Lake Siskiyou Trail. Apparently others felt the same urge, since we met up […]
You can now do the complete loop of the Lake Siskiyou Trail. The temporary bridges are in place at the delta on the west side of the lake. They should be there until sometime in October. Happy Hiking!
OK, I, John Soares, did my first swim of 2011 in Lake Siskiyou yesterday, June 26, around 6 p.m. at Cable Beach. The air temp was 80 degrees, skies were clear (a few cumulus clouds over the Eddys stayed out of the way), and the wind was about 5 mph. The water was cool, but […]
Noted Dunsmuir resident and writer Tim Holt recently wrote an excellent piece in the Redding Record-Searchlight featuring the many outstanding achievements that Mount Shasta Trail Association president Joe Wirth has accomplished in recent years, including recent improvements on the Lake Siskiyou Trail, the newly opened Spring Hill Trail, among others. Here’s a bit of what […]