The Siskiyou Cycling and Trails Tourism Forum will be a great event. We need your help and input to help use our natural beauty and our trails to boost tourism. It’s happening May 16 and 17, 2012 at Mt. Shasta Ski Park (the 16th) and in Yreka (the 17th).
The Mount Shasta Trail Association, the Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center, and many other groups and individuals are working hard to reopen Castle Crags State Park. But we need your help and your input. There’s a very important public meeting at Sisson Museum in Mount Shasta at 5:30 PM this Thursday, February 16. There will […]
I wrote last week that the trail to Mossbrae Falls along the railroad tracks is now closed. However, the Mount Shasta Trail Association is working with the City of Dunsmuir, the Union Pacific Railroad, and the St. Germain Foundation to create a trail that will run approximately two miles from Hedge Creek Falls to Mossbrae […]
Just found out from Paul Reichow that the route to Mossbrae Falls is closed for now. Get the details from the Redding Record Searchlight: Though city officials have begun the process of securing land and funding to build an official trail to Mossbrae Falls, a pristine waterfall on the Sacramento River, it’s at least two […]
With all the abundant snow this year, our waterfalls are a spectacular sight. The Mount Shasta Trail Association invites you to join us on a mellow 4-mile roundtrip hike to see the McCloud River Falls Saturday, June 4th. The falls tumble over old lava flows at least hundreds of thousands of years old that resulted […]