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Northern California Shasta Cascade Region National Park Itinerary – Redwoods, Caves & Volcanoes

The Shasta Cascade in conjunction with California's North Coast and the State of Oregon has developed an itinerary leaving out of San Francisco highlighting three of the west's most popular National Parks as well as the designated Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - All American Road. The All American Road designation is given to the most special highway routes in America, with only 22 in existence. The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway connects Crater Lake National Park to Lassen Volcanic National Park and includes some of the most dramatic volcanic landscapes in America. Along the route you will see Mt. Shasta, California's tallest volcano at over 14,000 feet.

Lake Shasta Caverns – One of the Greatest Natural Treasures in Northern California.
A visit to Lake Shasta Caverns is far more than just an exciting exploration of nature's underground magic, thousands of years in the making. The caverns are recognized around the world for their distinguished beauty – Stalactites, Stalagmites, Soda Straws, Helictites, Flowstones, Draperies, and more unusual formations such as Tiger Tooth Crystals, Cave Coral, Cave Lace and Pallets. The guided two hour tour includes a cruise across majestic Shasta Lake, and a scenic bus ride which takes you to the caverns entrance 800 feet above the lake, and a guided tour into the caves. lake Shasta Caverns also offers a play Kids Zone and dinner cruises on Shasta Lake.

Majestic Mt. Shasta - "Where Heaven and Earth Meet"
The City of Mount Shasta is nestled at the foot of majestic Mt. Shasta.  The awe-inspiring mountain is 14,162 feet high and is the second largest volcano in the United States. Mt. Shasta is surrounded by natural beauty, pristine glacial waters, natural mineral springs, pure mountain air and unsurpassed scenery. There are numerous recreational activities such as fishing, golfing, rafting, mountaineering, camping, hiking and backpacking. Nearby attractions include Mt. Shasta Fish Hatchery – beginning in 1888, it's the oldest operating hatchery west of the Mississippi; Sisson Museum which is located on the towns west side highlights the history of the town, local Native Americans, the geology of Mt. Shasta and its glaciers, as well as the history of climbing the mountain. A scenic drive on Everett Memorial Highway offers a closer look at the mountain which has been considered by some to be one of the Seven Sacred Mountains of the world.

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1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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