For those of you who like to hike a bit beyond the Mount Shasta area, I’ve written two posts on my Northern California Hiking trails blog about trail and snow conditions in Lassen Volcanic National Park and also what you can expect on the trails of the Trinity Alps Wilderness.
Mark Gibson, the vice president of the Mount Shasta Trail Association and all-around great guy and Mount Shasta icon, needs your help to prepare the fresh fruit for the Mount Shasta Fourth of July Walk/Run both the night before and the day of. Mark’s also interested in finding a new coordinator of the project for […]
I was part of a large work party in May that got a lot done in completing the Spring Hill Trail. But there’s more to do. Here’s what MSTA president Joe Wirth said in a recent e-mail: Yesterday morning I walked up the Spring Hill Trail to assess how much work remains to be completed. […]
The Mt. Shasta Trail Association invites you on an easy to moderate hike on the Squaw Creek Valley Loop Trail (now called Cabin Creek Trail.) We will walk along the surging waters of the clear creek as well as on the Pacific Crest Trail. We will pass boisterous waterfalls and long rapids and see beautiful […]
This Saturday, June 12, join the Mount Shasta Trail Association on this strenuous and sometimes steep 5.5 mile roundtrip hike to the sky scraping granite spires called the Castle Crags. The elevation gain is 2200 feet. We will first walk through the forest to Indian Springs and then hike out in the open, amid the […]