Travel Blogs from Shasta, United States

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Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity Nat'l Recreation Area, Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity Nat'l Recreation Area, United States travel blog

Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity Nat'l Recreation Area

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I started the day with a drive to Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area.  I drove around the lake and then relaxed on East Beach.  I had my beach chair with me so I sat on the shore of the lake with my feet in the sand and water ...

Shazam, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Shazam

A travel blog entry by brent-n-toby

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... the top of Mt Shasta and had a picnic as it was totally clear and you could see for 100 miles! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mt._Shasta We entertained ourselves all day with 70's cartoon speak (Shazam!! - Scooby Doo etc). The town of Shasta Lake is an ...

Black Butte I, Mt. Shasta, United States travel blog

Black Butte I

A travel blog entry by jkirby

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... people needs to move to Mt. Shasta and open a gourmet ice cream shop.Right now there are thousands of sweaty tourists milling around Mt. Shasta City looking for a decent ice cream cone.Then we drove to Crater Lake. See picasa for more photos ...

OH my god!! Is this heaven???, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

OH my god!! Is this heaven???

A travel blog entry by h2andblues

... , but when we get to the Shasta area our jaws just dropped! we spent the night at a very nice motel at the base of Mt Shasta (which is actually a volcano), there was a full moon, or close to it, and it was sitting right next to Mt Shasta. not much else ...

Mount Shasta, Northern Californian, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

Mount Shasta, Northern Californian

A travel blog entry by angelwings

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... Californian After 2 hours waiting to get our hired car and we stored away our backpack off we drove. Next plan to visit Mount Shasta. An impressive Mountain to it's full glory. It took us good 4 hours to get there and it was rewarded with the first ...

Houseboat Trip, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Houseboat Trip

A travel blog entry by donhom

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Day 1 of the 2005 Shasta Invitational Houseboat trip kicked off with a 3 prong directional attack. Dave Roumonada drove from Montana to Seattle, picking up his son Tony and driving down I-5 to meet us in Redding. Tony Pennella flew in from Kennewick, WA ...

Fun Times on Mount Shasta, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

Fun Times on Mount Shasta

A travel blog entry by jwmoles

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... the day before the climb, so I didn't have quite as much time as I did at Rainier to stew over my chances for summiting.  The Shasta climb was split into three days, day one to base camp, day two to summit, and day three out of base camp.  Our ...

Weed, CA? I thought that was west of here., Mt Shasta, United States travel blog

Weed, CA? I thought that was west of here.

A travel blog entry by zjuggle100

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... everywhere in Oregon but maybe Weed is too laid back for that nonsense.  I'm leaving my newly beloved Oregon and heading to Mt. Shasta, a big ass volcano just waiting to make a new Crater Lake.  Maybe within the next 500,000 years!  Ooh, ...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!!!!, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!!!!

A travel blog entry by dwarner

Hey everyone, after my trip from Cambodia to Thailand, I was able to get a flight the same day from Thailand to San Fransisco. I just got home and am loving the western toilets!!! Thank god for clean water, cooked food and the U.S. health department. My ...

Life on the Road, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

Life on the Road

A travel blog entry by dwarner

The road means getting up at the crack of dawn to catch a bus after being kept awak all night by the blaring soccor game or sweaking bedspring in the hostal room next door. It means sucking dust on a long buss ride while manically trying to ...

Day #10 Mt. Shasta to Ashland, OR, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

Day #10 Mt. Shasta to Ashland, OR

A travel blog entry by chris.markus

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... you after a hard day on the bike. Thoughts for the day: Roadside signs are not to be trusted........yesterday south of Mt. Shasta, CA I saw 3 signs over a 2 mile stretch claiming that Mt. Shasta was 12 miles away! My theory is with gas in the engine ...

Three Adventures in One, Lake Shasta, Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

Three Adventures in One, Lake Shasta

A travel blog entry by trapp1700

... Grant's Pass to Redding on the trip Michael, Ian, and I took to see the northern California Redwoods.  I was so excited to see Shasta.... except, when we got there, I couldn't see it.  First, because it was too overcast and raining with a bit of ...

A mountain to climb...Lake Tahoe to Mt Shasta, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

A mountain to climb...Lake Tahoe to Mt Shasta

A travel blog entry by foreman

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... and swimming in summer.....   still dreaming ....... But one must move on, and we had decided to move on to Mt Shasta, another one of the 'places to visit'.   And it most certainly is.   Definitely even more so, if you ...

Camping with wolves, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Camping with wolves

A travel blog entry by kieron_mendez

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... boating around the lake and up the Sacremento River. It was really nice and relaxing and a great way to get a suntan! (or sunburnt in my case) The next morning we left Shasta and headed out for a trip back to the coast through the Trinity National ...

California, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

California

A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe

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... .  After talking some this morning with a couple of other bikers i headed to a AAA office in Grants Pass to get a western states map..  When  I went to leave the bike would not start. So  I called AAA from a AAA office...and it still ...

Midpoint!, Shasta County, United States travel blog

Midpoint!

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca

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Today was a very special day. Today we crossed the midpoint of the Pacific Crest Trail. So everything we have already accomplished x2 and we will have this thing, no worries. On a more abstract point, we were filled with mixed emotions about the crossing ...

Mt. Shasta & Lake Shasta, Shasta, United States travel blog

Mt. Shasta & Lake Shasta

A travel blog entry by nicholastjs

coming ...

Leaving home, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Leaving home

A travel blog entry by townsendtribe

Heading out to deliver in Sumner, ...

A calm connected evening, Mt Shasta , United States travel blog

A calm connected evening

A travel blog entry by anctravel

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 We left Ashland, feeling quite connected. Even joy filled. We took the short journey to south to northern Cali @ Mt Shasta ( we've done Alot of late night driving. So now were getting back to a daytime schedule ) Near the bottom of a potentially ...

Hello Helen Lake, Shasta, United States travel blog

Hello Helen Lake

A travel blog entry by lifeofbrian

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... was busy. About 20 tents lined the ridge. We settled into the last of about 10 sites. We had a great view of Shasta City and some of the surrounding mountains, but we got very little wind protection. A fellow mountaineer brought up some 2005 merlot ...

Deadmans Creek to Gold Creek, Shasta County, United States travel blog

Deadmans Creek to Gold Creek

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca

Unlisted water is the ...

Day 1, a full RV, and blistering hot sunshine, Mt Shasta, United States travel blog

Day 1, a full RV, and blistering hot sunshine

A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio

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... good, traffic was very pleasant and eventually we gave in and switched on the AC just outside of Redding.  Crossing over Lake Shasta was beautiful but the water level is worryingly low, probably at least 1/3 to 1/2 where it should really be. We saw ...

Drive to Chico then Guerneville, Mt Shasta, United States travel blog

Drive to Chico then Guerneville

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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Tomorrow I head to the airport and home ...

Waterfalls in Dunsmuir, Shasta, United States travel blog

Waterfalls in Dunsmuir

A travel blog entry by ferdygerven

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Arrive in Mt. Shasta., Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Arrive in Mt. Shasta.

A travel blog entry by sierragirl

Drive up was beautiful and a bit stressful with a baby. We made it though, and as we made it out of the car the family was ohhhhhing and ahhhhhhing over ...

Where I heards the news, Mt Shasta City, United States travel blog

Where I heards the news

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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I drve to the headwaters spring, said a prayer, and opened my kindle to find out that I was equal under the law... that DOMA was foudn unconstitutional and that Marriage in California was back on track soon... Thank you SCOTUS! ...

A beautiful spot for Father's Day., Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

A beautiful spot for Father's Day.

A travel blog entry by the6ofus

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Well worth the visit - right under Mt Shasta, quiet but with all fun stuff if just camping and fishing has lost it's luster. Small cantina, shop, open air movie at night - but v low key and relaxed. Also has great little basic cabins. We feel like Becky ...

N.F. Feather River to Soap Lake, Shasta County, United States travel blog

N.F. Feather River to Soap Lake

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca

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Hiked a solid 22 miles with an amazing .2 mile detour to the Terminal Geyser. We also passed right by the Lassen peak and the Boiling Lake. Lassen is one unique offering of outdoor recreation and the first time I have been so close to active geologic ...

Here we go!, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

Here we go!

A travel blog entry by warnout

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We are off and running!  We have never taken a trip longer than one month.  Its weird to know we won't be home for 6 months.  Hope we paid all the bills!  We look a little like the Beverly Hillbillies with the towed Jeep stacked with ...

Mount Shasta: Version Zero, Mount Shasta, United States travel blog

Mount Shasta: Version Zero

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca

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... their BBQ party in honor of Swigs return home. We were thrilled to say the least. We stayed at the Alpine Lodge in Mt. Shasta, solid establishment and certainly one of the most well priced hotels in town. This has been a nice relaxing place to zero and ...

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