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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; suit up, grab your hot cocoa and head for the hills, the Snow is waiting for you.

Families come out every year to enjoy the crisp, fresh snow of the Shasta Cascade Region for downhill skiing or snowboarding. Mt. Shasta Ski Park offers 425 acres of various trails groomed for the beginners to the more advanced skiers or snowboarders with terrain parks, half pipes and chair lifts. After a day of hitting the slopes head into the town of Mt. Shasta for a relaxing meal, browse unique book & gift stores and coffee shops, while enjoying picturesque view of the mountain. http://skipark.com/guest-services/rentals For something a little more off the beaten path and less crowded, Coppervale Ski Hill, near Westwood offers groomed trails for various skill levels.

Snowshoeing is a great way to enjoy the winter landscape where one can explore hundreds of miles of trails. Some snowshoeing areas are within the Lassen Volcanic National Park, and Lassen National Forest,  http://www.nps.gov/lavo/planyourvisit/snowshoeing.htm, just to name a few, where they offer guided snowshoe walks throughout the winter season. Other popular areas are Plumas- Eureka State Park, Burney Flat on Mt. Shasta, and Castle Lake.

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A trip to the Sulfur Works is perhaps one of the best ways for newcomers to become acquainted with Lassen Volcanic National Park in the winter. A trip to the Sulfur Works is perhaps one of the best ways for newcomers to become acquainted with Lassen Volcanic National Park in the winter. The short route follows the easy grade of the Lassen Park Road through open terrain, allowing splendid views of
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Quincy, CA 95971
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Many visitors use this as an alternate route or shortcut back to the Staging Areas.This trail branches off the Gravel Range loop in an easterly direction, and ends at the Big Creek Trail.  Many visitors use this as an alternate route or shortcut back to the Staging Areas.
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39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
This trail branches off the Gravel Range loop in an easterly direction, and ends near Lookout Rock. Along the trail there are open areas and ridge access offering cross country riding opportunities. This trail branches off the Gravel Range loop in an easterly direction, and ends near Lookout Rock.  Along the trail there are open areas and ridge access offering cross country riding opportunities.
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