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Middle McCloud Falls

Mystical Mt. Shasta, Epic Outdoor Adventure, and Gold Rush History

Behold the natural wonders of Mt. Shasta, Castle Crags, Lava Beds National Monument and multiple wilderness areas that include sixty-plus miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. Here you’ll find the headwaters of the Sacramento River, the McCloud and the mighty Klamath River, providing some of the most exciting rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing in California.

Step back in time in nearby Dunsmuir, once a flourishing railroad town, and McCloud, a historic lumber town on the National Registry.

Known as one of the sacred mountains of the world, Mount Shasta dominates the landscape. The city of Mt. Shasta offers an array of charming shops, spiritual centers and equipment outfitters. Mt. Shasta Ski Park offers outstanding winter snow sports and mountain biking and climbing in the warmer months.

 For further information contact Discover Siskiyou, Mt. Shasta Chamber of Commerce, McCloud Chamber of Commerce, Dunmsuir Chamber of Commerce, Weed Chamber of Commerce, or Yreka Chamber of Commerce.

Mt. Shasta

Mt. Shasta is know as one of the sacred mountains of the world. Come experience the spiritual energy and wonder of this famous giant.

McCloud Falls

The Upper McCloud River boasts three easily accessible spectacular waterfalls - Upper, Middle, and Lower McCloud Falls. Middle McCloud Falls is the largest and most impressive with a 44-foot drop providing a magnificent view.

Lava Beds National Monument

Visit Lava Beds National Monument, where lava flows created volcanic vents, spatter cones, massive craters, and imposing cinder cones. More then 700 lava tube caves are hidden within these flows, with 12 to 15 caves easily accessible to explore.

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Clear Creek National Recreation Trail
CA 0
(503) 493-1718
The Clear Creek NRT provides a North-South link through the center of the Siskiyou Wilderness. The trail starts at Youngs Valley to the north and follows along Clear Creek for 22 miles and provides access to great swimming and camping areas.
Siskiyou County
5414
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
Faery Falls cascades 41 feet down a rock face with a small pool and rocky creek at it's base. This waterfall is most interesting to visit at it's peak volume in spring with a great mist and swift stream. This waterfall is easily accessible. Driving Time: 1 hour 18 mins/63 miles from Redding. Difficulty: Easy
Siskiyou County
2837
204 West Alma Street
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-4511
When you lack the time, stamina or techniques to achieve the awesome view from the summit of 14,179-foot Mt. Shasta, you can obtain a dramatic view of the peak itself from 8,108-foot Gray Butte. 
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2178
Dunsmuir, CA 96025
530-926-4511
Just north of Dunsmuir is one of the loveliest walks you could ever imagine.  A 5-mile hike down the winding, serene path, leading to beautiful Hedge Creek Falls. There is a little cave behind the fall where you can look through the fall into the beautiful forest.
Siskiyou County
2838
204 West Alma Street
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-4511
Summer or winter, the trip to Horse Camp is one of the most popular routes on Mt. Shasta. The majority of climbers begin their summit attempt either by following this route to a base camp at Horse Camp or by continuing farther up the mountain to a flat.
Siskiyou County
2180
Etna , CA 96027
530-468-5351
A great waterfall for photographers. The 3-mile roundtrip hike features cascades, forests and beautiful spring flowers. 
Siskiyou County
5545
CA 0
(530) 493-1718
This trail is basically a ridge top trail and provides spectacular views. The trailhead for the Kelsey National Recreation Trail leads into the Siskiyou Wilderness and provides access to Bear Lakes. The Kelsey Trail once stretched from Crescent City inland to Fort Jones. It was a main supply route in the 1850's for the fort and brought much needed supplies to the miners in the goldfields. Water is scarce on this trail. Not recommended for…
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4009 Hill Road
Tulelake, CA 96134
530-667-2231
Internationally known for the abundance and diversity of wildlife. The refuge hosts the largest winter population of bald eagles in the continental U.S.  The varied wildlife and habitats are a photographer’s delight.
Siskiyou County
5466
Mccloud, CA 0
This is the lowest of three levels of the McCloud River Falls, at a 12-foot broad plunge into a large pool. Surrounding the pool are large rocks perfect for sun bathing, making this location popular for swimming and relaxing. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail and road and  two other waterfalls are an easy hike further up the trail. 
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2182
McCloud, CA 96057
530-964-2184
There are actually three levels to McCloud Falls: lower, middle and upper, each offering different views. Hiking to each of the falls is relatively easy. Each fall is accessible by car and a short walk to the vista point. It's about 3.5 miles roundtrip to see all three falls driving, and there is a path that leads to all three if you are walking.
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