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Dunsmuir, CA 96025
530-926-4511
A beautiful waterfall cascading over a hillside of brilliant green plants, into the pristine Sacramento River, just a short walk from the neighborhoods of Dunsmuir. It is about a 40 minute walk, but there will be a new trail that leads from Hedge Creek Falls to Mossbrae Falls.  It will be a much safer alternative, and will be legal.  Reopening TBA.
Siskiyou County
403
1 North Old Stage Road
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-5508
Fun & educational for the whole family, featuring exhibits on the history of Mt. Shasta City, the railroad, the mountain, lenticular clouds, Native American basketry, and more. Hands on activities. For current exhibits, seasonal programs and hours see website.
Siskiyou County
2185
Mt Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-5411
Located in Mud Creek Canyon on Mt. Shasta.  Mud Creek canyon is a pretty amazing view of its own.  A great feature in the canyon is Thor's hammer.  The Mud Creek Glacier is the southernmost glacier on Mount Shasta, which lies to the east of Sargents Ridge on Shastarama point near 10,915 feet, and is the water source for the fall.
Siskiyou County
599
1500 Broderick St.
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-2497
The temple was built in 1863 to support the Chinese community of 10,000 and includes artifacts dating from 1850’s to early 1900’s. Three chapels and a main chapel served as a place for Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism.        
Butte County
597
5570 Black Olive Drive
Paradise, CA 95969
530-872-8722
A gold nugget museum featuring local train and logging history. Includes a working model of the Butte County Rail Road. A gold nugget museu
Butte County
2214
Elsey, CA 95965
530-365-7500
Phantom Falls is located on North Table Mountain in Oroville and is best viewed in the winter months.Phantom Falls on North Table Mountain in Oroville is well named for two good reasons. First, it is on a small drainage, and will be dry in the summer months. Second, it is extremely well hidden, and there are no trails leading to it. But if you do find
Butte County
592
2332 Montgomery St.
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-2415
The museum, a replica of a miner's cabin, highlights the gold rush era and includes items from Bidwell Bar and a Native American arrowhead and basket collection.
Butte County
244
500 Jackson St.
Quincy, CA 95971
530-283-6320
The museum depicts different periods in the county's history and includes historical artifacts, mining and logging displays, a collection of baskets woven by Maidu Indians, and a comprehensive collection of photographs, documents, records and literature.
Plumas County
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Montgomery Creek, CA 96065
530-275-1589
Accessible by boat by taking the Pit River arm on Shasta Lake. There is a 9 mile dirt road that leads to the pull out for these falls.  It is a fairly steep and difficult trail to get to the fall.  There is a small rope swing, and a beach.  
Shasta County
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Burney, CA 96013
530-335-2777
Rock Creek Falls is a very picturesque fall near Burney Falls State Park and Lake Britton.  Rock Creek lives up to its name as the creek meanders through huge rock walls.  The Pacific Crest Trail crosses over Rock Creek and has a beautiful, but small, bridge for the hikers and photographers alike. 
Shasta County
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1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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