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2844
204 West Alma Street
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-4511
This is certainly not a trip for the faint of heart or the inexperienced. Only experienced parties should consider the undertaking as this can be a particulary treacherous hike. Normally, even the climb of Mt. Shasta is considered to be quite a feat, but the idea of a winter ascent is met with raised eyebrows from those who clearly understand the difficulties posed by an off-season climb. Climbers must deal with the added challen
Butte County
2845
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530-595-4444
Most of the trail passes through quiet forest, which thins enough occasionally to allow fine views of Chaos Crags and Lassen Peak. Winter enthusiasts can enjoy the first 3.25 miles of the Nobles Emigrant Trail from Manzanita Lake to Sunflower Flat on a marked route, returning to the lake on the snow-covered Lassen Park Road. Most of the trail passes through quiet forest, which thins
Butte County
3540
5390
542 Jackson St.
Quincy, CA 95971
530-283-3000
Boutique Inn located in historic downtown Quincy. 5 adorably furnished rooms and 2 cottages with private entrance and private bath. Mini refrigerator, coffee/tea, microwave, TV and WiFi. European Queen pillow-top beds. Walk to restaurants, bars and shops. Perfect home base for your daily excursions of exploration and fun.
Plumas County
3606
2655 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, CA 96021
530-528-3500
Gaming, Dining, Golf, Hunting, Fishing and exceptional accommodations for the traveler is just the start of why It's Better to Play at Rolling Hills Casino. 
Tehama County
2186
Shasta Dam Blvd
Shasta Lake, CA 96019
530-365-7500
This byway is just seven miles north of Redding off of Interstate 5. It runs through the City of Shasta Lake which has all services. The byway begins at Shasta Dam Blvd. and Lake Blvd, and continues west to a vista point that affords the traveler a stunning view of the three Shastas, Shasta Dam, (tallest center overflow dam in the world), Shasta Lake, (California’s largest lake), and Mt. Shasta (14,179 feet). Many activities are available…
Shasta County
1096
14538 Wonderland Blvd.
Redding, CA 96003
530-275-8113
Family and group use campgrounds. Thirteen lakeside locations around Shasta Lake. Group use sites by reservation only. Group camps include large BBQ’s, sinks, bear lockers and large fire pits. Boat launch available. Open all year. Yurts now available!
Shasta County
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16250 Silverthorn Road
Redding, CA 96003
530-275-1571
Offering luxury houseboat rentals, cabins, pizza & pub, apparel shop, full service marina, and grocery store. Creating new memories, one summer at a time!
Shasta County
2187
Hwy 199
Gasquet, CA 95543
530-365-7500
This scenic byway follows the Smith River, which is considered one of the crown jewels of the National Wild & Scenic River System. As the byway climbs away from the coast, it enters the Smith River Canyon. In a surprisingly small space, the National Recreation Area has seven distinctive plant communities. You’ll pass from a coastal redwood forest to old growth stands of Douglas fir to dense chaparral. The river has more than 175 miles…
Siskiyou County
2189
Hwy 263
Yreka, CA 96097
530-365-7500
The State of Jefferson Scenic Byway derives its name from an early 1940’s movement to create the 49th state. The original purpose of this movement was to draw attention to the need for good roads in far Northern California and Southern Oregon. In 1941, locals blockaded Highway 96 and declared Jefferson to be its own state. Many believed that Jefferson would have become the 49th state in the Union had the bombing in Pearl Harbor…
Siskiyou 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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