Things to do in Mount Shasta
Get Outside! Mount Shasta is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. Fish are abundant in the lakes, streams, and rivers throughout the area, and hanging out by the water is always a pleasant way to pass the time. Hiking trails are littered throughout the mountains and the Pacific Crest Trail crosses Interstate 5 just 30 miles south of Mount Shasta at Castle Crags State Park. Take a ride on the Blue Goose Excursion Train and get breathtaking views of Mt. Shasta on the three hour ride. The area is awesome to explore and taking drives on the highways and byways is always a good time for those that are less inclined to mountaineer 14,000 foot tall volcanoes.
Day Tours Mount Shasta, Touring Dunsmuir, McCloud & Mt Shasta’s Best Locations, Waterfalls, Peaks & Rivers
1. Pick Up at your lodge – 10 am
The Old Post Office And The Local History We Cover Like No Other.
Trip To Our Local Rivers At The Most Historic And Pristine Locations.
That Photo Shot You’ve Been Trying To Find For Years, We Know Where It’s At.
Unique Waterfalls & Precious Family Photos, Our Specialty.
Towering Mountain Peaks That Make You Feel On Top Of The World, Let’s Go!
More Classic Waterfalls We Have 7 Great Ones In Our Region.
We Do Tours All Winter, But Spring & Summer Can Be Awesome As We Know Where Wild Flowers Grow At Each Elevation Each Month.
Area Wildlife Walking And Viewing From A Safe Distances In A Professional Raft, Class 2 & 3.
Finally Mount Shasta For Those Pictures That Last a Lifetime, Back To Your Lodge Or Downtown By 3 pm.
Cost: $95 Per Person for 5 Hours, 10 am to 3 pm, Daily.
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