The Mount Shasta Trail Association and the US Forest Service are currently engaged in a 45-mile expansion of the beloved Gateway Trail system adjacent to the city of Mt. Shasta. The existing trail network consists of 11 miles of non-motorized, multi-use trails (hiking, trail running, biking, and equestrian). This new and ambitious project will add […]
The Siskiyou Science Festival along with the Mount Shasta Trail Association invite the public including families on a hike set for Sunday, May 20th along the Sacramento River Trail. This gentle 4.5-mile round-trip hike will start outside of the Castle Crags Park in Castella, go through a tunnel under the railroad tracks, cross over a […]
Thanks again to all the generous donors that helped the Trail Association on Giving Tuesday. $7,169.82 was raised to support trails in southern Siskiyou County and Castle Crags State Park. This (now) annual event was coordinated by the Shasta Regional Community Foundation. 2016’s donations far exceeded established predictions. You are the best!
This Friday, May 6th at 7:00 PM, the Sisson Museum will be presenting two films about the history of fire. The Greatest Good will tell when and why the USDA Forest Service was organized. The second film, The Big Burn, will explain how wildfire policy was developed after the new agency had to face devastating fires […]