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Imagine a reason for every season! The Shasta Cascade region offers exceptional outdoor adventure activities year-round.

Spring brings a colorful show of wildflowers throughout the region – spectacular colors abound! Come and experience the vivid display in all areas of the Shasta Cascade. Spring also brings some of the best river rafting in the state; try an exciting rafting trip on one of Northern California’s many wild and scenic rivers, with skill levels ranging from leisurely float trips to Class 5 excitement, we have the best! Imagine you and your friends with oars in hand, about to take another Class 3 rapid, your guide providing expert steering directions, while cool clean waters splash against you as you glide through some of California’s most spectacular scenery.

Summer offers the best of hiking, biking, backpacking, camping, houseboating, swimming, fishing, and much more. Consider the excitement of being on the open range, searching for wild horses as you sit high in the saddle in the shadow of Lassen Peak. If you love kayaking- or if you’re a newcomer- try the free kayak tours offered by the National Park Service at Whiskeytown Lake.

Fall boasts spectacular colors, so you don’t have to travel to the east coast to see autumn’s beautiful splendor. Meadows are with splashed with vivid colors that dazzle year after year in the crisp, cool, mountain air. Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, or just want a great getaway - fall for the Shasta Cascade Region!

Winter brings a white wonderland to the Northstate. Cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, iceskating at one of California’s few outdoor rinks, sledding, snowshoeing in Lassen Volcanic National Park, and dog sled races... there’s never a dull moment in the Shasta Cascade Region! If that’s not enough, sign up to be part of a group making a two day ascent on Mt. Shasta, or take in a day of skiing or snowboarding at the Mt. Shasta Ski Park.

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132 Main Street
Greenville, CA 95947
(530) 284-0927
Located in a beautifully restored warehouse building (circa 1876), the Cy Hall Museum features a timeline of history for Indian Valley. Open Thursday through Sunday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., May - September.
Plumas County
2175
Trinity Alps, CA 96031
530-623-2121
Please call the Weaverville Ranger Station for info @ 530-623-2121 | Accessible by car: No |Hiking/walking required: Yes | If yes, what distance: 2-3 miles
Trinity County
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Montgomery Creek, CA 96065
530-335-2777
Hatchet Creek Falls is an amazing place.  There are actually 4 fallen trees that have planted themselves in the swimming hole, but the "hatchet handle" tree sits directly in the fall itself.  The trail leading to the fall is moderate, but fairly short. There is also a trail that leads to the top of the falls.  This fall is popular in the summer.  Fall is a great time for photography. *Do not follow Google Maps to…
Shasta County
2178
Dunsmuir, CA 96025
530-926-4511
A beautiful 5 mile walk down a serene, winding path, you will find the lovely Hedge Creek Falls. Accessible by car: No | Hiking/walking required: Yes | If yes, what is the distance: 1/4 mile | Special Features: Just to the North of Dunsmuir is one of the loveliest little walks you could ever imagine.  Down the winding, serene path, leading to the beautiful fall. There is a little cave behind the fall where you…
Siskiyou County
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Hwy 99
Red Bluff, CA 96080
530-365-7500
Like other routes, Highway 99 began as a horse and stagecoach trail extending from Mexico to Canada, and was eventually improved to higher standards as time moved on. In the early 1920’s when automobiles were being mass produced, a definitive United States Highway system was needed for the promotion of commerce and tourism. In 1926 the Pacific Highway was designated to become US Highway 99. These highways brought growth to many communities, and businesses were…
Tehama County
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601 Richmond Road
Susanville, CA 96130
530-257-3252
The depot is the trailhead for the Bizz Johnson Trail, and host to the Rails to Trails festival in October.  Visitors are invited to step back in history where you can view historic photographs of railroad and logging trains that rolled through town.
Lassen County
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Indian Falls, CA 95934
1-800-326-2247
Indian Falls is a 1.4 mile out and back trail located near Indian Falls, California that features a small beach, rock walls, and waterfall. The trail is a steep, but short hike and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Plumas County
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Cemetery Rd. at Main St.
Taylorsville, CA 95983
530-284-1046
Four large rooms house mining, logging, ranching and Native American historical exhibits, a large display of rocks, minerals and mineral carvings. Open Sat. and Sun. 1-4 pm.
Plumas County
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780 Main St.
Weaverville, CA 96093
530-623-5211
Displays include mining equipment, Indian displays, Chinese exhibits, old bottles, early kitchen utensils used by the county's first settlers, and memorabilia that reflect the area's gold mining roots.
Trinity County
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2180 Rocky Point Road
Portola, CA 96122
530-832-4888
Plumas County pioneer Jim Beckwourth's hotel and trading post, circa 1852, 1850's log cabin. Open to the public by appointment.
Plumas County
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Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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