This is a big deal folks — a National Geographic film on our beloved Pacific Crest Trail. Read all the details in this post from last week.
It’s time to enjoy more of our local waterfalls before all the tourists arrive. The Mt. Shasta Trail Association invites you to join us on this easy 4-mile roundtrip river trail in the McCloud Falls area. We will begin our hike along the McCloud River at the powerful, shooting Lower Falls, originally named Nurum-wit-ti-dekki (falls […]
We need your help to build a trail! The Mount Shasta Trail Association and its partner organizations have been hard at work on the Spring Hill Trail just across from Mount Shasta City Park in Mount Shasta. You don’t need previous experience, just a willingness to do some physical labor and the desire to see […]
The Pacific Crest Trail Association, in partnership with the Mt Shasta Trail Association and the College of the Siskiyous, is pleased to announce the free public premier screening of the visually stunning National Geographic Channel’s new film, “America’s Wild Places,” starring the Pacific Crest Trail. “This adventurous film presents an array of many of the […]
The May 8th Mount Shasta Trail Association hike to Root Creek Falls in Castle Crags was a huge success with over 30 people participating. Thanks to everyone who made the trek that day, and keep watching here, in the Mount Shasta newspaper, and your inbox (if you’re a member) for details of upcoming hikes. If […]