Here’s a recent e-mail from MSTA president Joe Wirth: Over this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday we learned what seventeen volunteers can do in 60 hours of hard work. If they’re on the 1 ½ mile Spring Hill Trail armed with chain saws, loppers and Pulaskis, they can complete the brush trimming on the main […]
One of the most significant achievements of the Mount Shasta Trail Association in the last year has been obtaining a grant (with the help of partners) to create the Mount Shasta Gateway Trail on Shasta-Trinity National Forest land on the east side of Everitt Memorial Highway and just north of the town of Mount Shasta. […]
For the most amazing views, come along with the Mt. Shasta Trail Association on a rewarding day hike to pristine Deadfall Lakes and to the top of Mt. Eddy. This 10 mile roundtrip hike starts out gently on the Pacific Crest Trail to the multiple lakes and then becomes challenging as we gain 2,250 feet […]
The Shasta-Trinity National Forest just put fire restrictions in place that affect all the trails on forest property, including around Mount Shasta. Here are pertinent details: Fire officials from the Shasta-Trinity National Forest announced that fire restrictions begin at mid-night August 11, 2010 within the forest except for the Trinity Alps Wilderness. Fire restrictions include: […]
Many of us love to hike with our dogs, and our dogs definitely love to hike with us. My golden retriever Molly hiked thousands of miles with me and loved every second of it. She recently passed away. You can read a tribute and see pics here.