Consider attending this important meeting on Thursday concerning the Pacific Crest Trail Town project.
If you missed it, below is an article from the Mount Shasta Herald newspaper by Tim Hold and published on December 5, 2018. A volunteer crew of the Mount Shasta Trail Association, they give up part of their weekends to clear brush, chainsaw fallen trees, and build water diversions to curb trail erosion. The next […]
A big “thank you” to all the donors who gave generously to the Mt. Shasta Trail Association on Giving Tuesday. Preliminary results show that we will receive over $11,000! Your support will help us to continue our work on the Gateway Trail network expansion, a safe trail to Mossbrae Falls, and other big projects. The […]
For those of you that shop online at the Amazon website, here’s a way to make a portion of your purchase a donation to the Mount Shasta Trail Association. What a deal! Instead of logging on the the regular Amazon website, log on to the smile.amazon.com site and register the Mount Shasta Trail Association as your chosen charity […]
Several years ago, a grant from the Mt. Shasta Trail Association enabled Castle Crags State Park to purchase top quality redwood for reconstruction of decaying structures. Some bridges have already been repaired or replaced, but recently Mark Telegin engineered and built the latest bridge that was needed. Late last month, his crew of helpers/builders (Neil […]