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The Shasta Cascade Region offers year round recreation and the mountain country in the higher elevations experience a marvelous Winter Wonderland. The activities are endless for all ages, so suit up, grab your hot cocoa and head for the hills - the snow is waiting for you!

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2835
CA 0
530-595-4444
The view from the summit of 7968-foot Diamond Peak has to rank as one of the best park vistas so close to a trailhead during the winter season. Much of the terrain in the south end of Lassen Park provides great scenery without the obstruction of dense forests. The view from the summit of 7968-foot Diamond Peak has to rank as one of the best park vistas.
Shasta County
2836
0
530-595-4444
This trail is best for more experienced snowshoers as the marked Nordic trail through dense forest can be extremely hard to follow at times. Forest Lake sees relatively few visitors in the summer as the shallow lake offers no swimming or fishing and has a rather healthy population of mosquitoes. 
Tehama County
2852
39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
This trail is at lower elevations with southwest facing slopes. This often results in areas where the snow becomes scarce. Check on conditions before traveling this route. 
Plumas County
2851
39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
This route offers backcountry riding and a chance to get away from the crowd. The route begins off the Big Creek Trail 0.6 miles east of Bucks Summit/Four Trees intersection and ends at the junction of Grizzly Summit Trail.  
Plumas 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. 
Siskiyou County
2850
39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
This trail affords great views of the lakes and the Feather River Canyon.Grizzly Loop begins 1.1 miles west of the intersection of the Bucks Summit/Four Trees and Big Creek.  The trail follows along the shoreline of Bucks Lake and lower Bucks Lake.  Great views of the lakes and the Feather River Canyon.
Plumas County
2861
Snowmobiling in the Shasta Cascades
39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
When time is an issue or when snow is sparse in the lower elevations, this is a very popular alternate route for the Gravel Range Loop. This trail offers a cutoff route connecting the Gravel Range loop with the Bucks Summit/Four Trees Trail.  
Plumas 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
2839
CA 0
530-595-4444
This trip offers snowshoers a great way to experience some of the best scenery Lassen Park has to offer. Lake Helen was named in tribute to the first woman known to have scaled 10,457-foot Lassen Peak, Helen T. Brodt, in 1864. 
Shasta County
2840
0
530-595-4444
For the avid mountaineer undaunted by the potentially harsh conditions, a trip to the summit of Lassen Peak can be the crowning achievement of a visit to Lassen Volcanic National Park. The Lassen Peak Trail is one of the two most popular trails in the park (the other being the trail to Bumpass Hell). A typical summer day will see hundreds of hikers strung out along the path.
Shasta County
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