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.
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 […]
WHY WE BUILD TRAILS, AND WHY YOU SHOULD CARE: For people of all ages to enjoy nature’s beauty. To encourage healthy outdoor activity. For the excitement of hiking and biking. To promote tourism for the benefit of our local businesses. Please support the Mount Shasta Trail Association on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. Go to […]
Join us on Saturday, Sept. 10th, 2016 to celebrate changes to the Mount Shasta City Park. Fuels reduction, new trails, and connections south to Kingston Road highlight a more family-friendly park. There will be games, kids’ activities, hikes, food, beer, wine, and music courtesy of The Sundown Poachers. Admission is free thanks to Wholesale Solar. Sponsored […]
Volunteers from the MSTA spread chips to complete the bike skills park at Shastice Park today. Many thanks to Tom Morris, John Kelly, and Mark Foster for their raking skills. Tom Ravizza saved us about 12 hours of work by showing up with his tractor and moving many bucket-loads of chips. We hope the kids […]