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The Shasta Cascade region offers a 4 season wonderland just waiting for you to enjoy.  Springtime hosts a vast array of wildflowers and overflowing waterfalls to photograph, summer's heat can be relieved in one of the many local lakes or avoided altogether with a short drive to a volcanic hike.  Fall offers glorious weather for bike riding along the Sacramento River Trail, while winter offers skiing, snowshoeing, and even outdoor ice skating.  Regardless of your desired climate, year round there is something for everyone to enjoy in the Shasta Cascade Wonderland. 

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Redding, CA 0
This is a great, short, intermediate ride that could be turned into a longer ride by connecting on to the River Trail. Dogs ok on leash. Trail goes downhill toward the River Trail.Distance: 1.23 Miles (From Sacramento River Trail)Difficulty: Intermediate
Shasta County
5392
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
Bumpass Hell was named after an early settler who severely burned a leg after falling into a boiling pool. The hydro thermal features can be reached today from a well-marked 1.5 mile trail that starts from a parking area opposite Lake Helen. A visit to Lassen is not complete without a stop at Bumpass Hell.The trail is quite easy, though the altitude (8,000 feet) can make the trail seem moderately difficult. Hiking boots are recommended…
Tehama County
2832
204 West Alma Street
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-4511
Snowshoers of all abilities can enjoy this easy route along the pleasantly graded and easily discernible extension of the highway to Panther Meadow. Wandering in and out of red fir forest, the route offers exceptional scenery along the way.
Siskiyou County
2152
Castella, CA 96017
530-926-4511
This waterfall makes it's appearance every year in late winter and early spring. It's source is a small granite basin where Burstarse Creek drains. This waterfall is moderately accessible.
Siskiyou County
5450
Oroville , CA 0
Camp Creek Falls can be reached by driving and is a sight to see, with many tiers equaling 200 feet of waterfall. Be sure to have a high clearance vehicle and get ready for a rough ride to see this worthwile waterfall. 
Butte County
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PO Box 80
Castella, CA 96017
530-235-2684
Castle Crags State Park is located in the forest-covered mountains just north of the Sacramento Valley off I-5 near Dunsmuir, CA. The park features soaring spires of ancient granite and includes about two miles of the cool, quick-running upper Sacramento River. Surrounded by primitive back country, the park is six miles south of Dunsmuir and about twenty-five miles north of Lake Shasta on Interstate 5. Elevations range from 2,000 feet along the river to more…
Shasta County
5379
20022 Castle Creek Rd
Castella, CA 96017
With 28 miles of hiking trails, everyone can enjoy a mild stroll or an invigorating adventure. From the Vista Point parking area, a quarter mile accessible trail leads visitors to Vista Point where there are dramatic views of Castle Crags, Mount Shasta, and nearby Grays Rocks. Gentle and shaded, the mile long Root Creek Trail guides hikers along an accessible path to a year round flowing creek.The most popular and challenging route is the Crags…
Shasta County
5451
Oroville , CA 0
Chambers Creek Falls offers a great photo opportunity with two levels of beautiful uniformity. The waterfall is surrounded by greenery and magnificent rocks on either side. At the base lies a large pool for swimming. Further downstream, past the pool are dainty waterfalls/rapids and if you're not afraid to get wet, you can get it all in one shot of your camera. This waterfall is strenuously accessible.
Butte County
5389
Chamise Peak Trail
Redding, CA 96003
If you want a 360 degree view of all things Shasta (Shasta Dam, Shasta Lake, Mount Shasta and City of Shasta Lake), look no further. This highest spot atop the mountainous spine separating Keswick Reservoir from the City of Shasta Lake, affords expansive views of the upper Sacramento Valley, the Sacramento River canyon below Shasta Dam and the western mountains. The trail is 2.4 miles, open to both hiking and mountain biking, and dog friendly! Distance:…
Shasta County
5393
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
Climbs gently throughforest before opening to the thinly forested edge of Chaos Jumbles. The trail continues down a steep path to the lake wich is often dry in the summer. Trailhead 0.1 miles after turnouff to Manzanita Lake Campground.Distance: 4.0 milesDifficulty: Moderately Strenuous
Lassen County
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