It’s another Mount Shasta Trail Association guided hike!
If you like waterfalls, you’ll LOVE this moderate hike to Root Creek Falls in the Castle Crags area. It’s a 350 foot waterfall that was recently “discovered ” by a State Park ranger. As the “story” goes, he was checking out a complaint of vandalism. While looking out the complainant’s picture window, the ranger noticed these huge waterfalls, practically in the resident’s backyard. Root Creek waterfalls are best seen in spring time when the snow is melting. The water is roaring down now.
Please join us for this 5.6 mile, 700 foot elevation gain hike May 8th. We’ll meet at the Fish Hatchery parking lot 9 am. We’ll return to the Fish Hatchery by 3 pm. For further questions call Joan Roemer 926-0647.
There is no charge for participating in this hike and everyone should dress warmly in layered clothing, wear durable hiking shoes, and bring lunch and water.