Maintenance on Mount Shasta Area Trails

The Mount Shasta Trail Association will soon be asking MSTA members and friends to help us clean up our local hiking trails.

As everyone who lives in the Mount Shasta area knows, we got thumped in early January by a major storm that took down hundreds of trees and brought down thousands of tree limbs throughout the area, including on top of many hiking paths.

Stay tuned to this blog, your e-mail inbox (if you are on the Mount Shasta Trail Association list), and the local paper for the dates, times, and places of trail maintenance. Subscribe to this blog by putting your e-mail address into the appropriate box in the right-hand column and hitting enter.

You don’t need special skills to help with trail maintenance, just a love of hiking and the willingness to sweat a bit.

6 Replies to “Maintenance on Mount Shasta Area Trails”

  1. John, this looks great! And with all of the work that will need to be done, alerting membership and asking folks to begin thinking about participating is timely. Michael

    1. I’m glad you like the site Michael. We have a lot of work to do this spring and summer to get our trails clear.

  2. John, one more question–has this blog address been sent to all MSTA members? I think they’re going to love it! Think about it–an opportunity to communicate about two things we love–our community and trails. Thank you for all you do. Michael

    1. Some already know about, and the others will be informed soon. I’m very excited about the future of the site.

  3. John,
    Would you be kind enough to send us a schedule of maintenance so we can add it to the online community calendar the Mount Shasta Chamber of Commerce is keeping and I may also add that to our blog.
    Thank you

    1. Hello Marie,

      We are still working out the schedule. We’ll be happy to share it with you once it’s ready.

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