This morning, 12 eager boy scouts, 3 scout leaders, and 5 MSTA volunteers used brush mowers, weed-whackers, wheel barrows, and elbow grease to remove 4-foot-tall weeds and slash from the Spring Hill Trailhead area. The approach to the trail is now more appealing to the many hikers who use the trail.
Below is the text of an exciting news release from the McConnell Foundation! June 8, 2017 — The McConnell Foundation recently awarded $420,000 to the Mount Shasta Trail Association to help develop a multi-use trail system between the city of Mount Shasta and Mount Shasta Ski Park on Forest Service lands. “The Foundation believes that […]
Yesterday, Saturday, May 20th, a big group of volunteers from Wholesale Solar, Clean and Safe Mt. Shasta, and the Mt. Shasta Trail Association met at the City Park to spread chips on trails at the north end of the park. A convoy of wheelbarrows and carts moved chips for several hours and got the job […]
The Mt. Shasta Trail Association invites you on a picturesque wilderness hike in the McCloud area on Saturday, May 20th. The hike is a gentle to moderate 8 mile loop on the surging, clear Squaw Valley Creek Trail also called Cabin Creek Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail. The elevation gain is approximately 1,800 feet. […]