Strawberry Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStrawberry Valley Inn Mount Shasta
Highly recomended, fun neighborhood, a lot of good palces to hang out, meet people... its good here!
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I had seen and heard about this waterfall. A perfect waterfall creeping down a wall of moss, little fingers creeping down to the water below.
To get there we had to technically trespass and walk along train tracks for a mile or two. i was semi fulfilling of childhood fantasy of walking along the tracks, hopping on a train and taking me somewhere, watching the world go by. Instead, we let the 100 or so ...
We did hike Panther Meadows, a short loop trail through sparse forest, rocks from the 70s Avalanche, a meadow also created by the avalanche, and some streams from a spring somewhere. Very pleasant although rocky trails aren't my favorite. We found a good Jeep ride on a cross country ski trail. On our way back to ...
... based on his profiling of us most likely! Are they able to hike?? The subalpine meadow is just at the tree line with mountain heather and alpine laurel which we will experience tomorrow. Several Native American tribes come here for spiritual renew, meditation and prayer. Mt. Shasta is an active volcano 14,000 ft in elevation. There is a second smaller peak, Shastina. You would think it ...
Well we left Florence Oregon at 9:33 am on the 26th of August and arrived in Mt Shasta, California at 4:48. Lee drove 330 miles today and it seemed like a really long day. We were going to stop and camp and go down to the Redwood Forest but, the smoke was so bad we just kept on going. Lee drove about 150 miles more to get out of the ...
... blister which I accidentally ripped all the skin off of because I had put some duct tape on my ankles (bad idea).
But we ate at Panda Express on the way home and it was delicious!
We got back later than I wanted but the trip was a success, apart from my open wound blister which I am currently nursing. It is doing well thanks to the advice of my dermatologist.
Overall, the trip was a success. I look forward to returning to Squaw Meadow. I loved it there!