The mysteries and legends of Mount Shasta | Earth. We are one

The mysteries and legends of Mount Shasta | Earth. We are one

mount shasta lavender fields and other California natural wonders.

10 Amazing Natural Places to Visit in California

mount shasta lavender fields and other California natural wonders.

Magical Mount Shasta, by Ian C... #sky #forest #night #light #road #stars…

Magical Mount Shasta, by Ian C... #sky #forest #night #light #road #stars…

Mt. Shasta, CA is a small mountain town with a great vibe and a wealth of outdoor activities. We spent a week exploring the area and came up with some of our favorite spots to explore.

7 Outdoor Destinations to Explore in Mt. Shasta

Mt. Shasta, CA is a small mountain town with a great vibe and a wealth of outdoor activities. We spent a week exploring the area and came up with some of our favorite spots to explore.

Mount Shasta's Best Day Hikes

Mount Shasta's Best Day Hikes

Mount Shasta, California

Mount Shasta, California

summit Mount Shasta

summit Mount Shasta

Mount Shasta is known as one of the most sacred places on Earth and is called by many people the magical mountain. Mount Shasta is located in the Cascade Range in northern California. The incredible Mount Shasta rises around the picturesque mountains in the Siskiyou County at an altitude of over 432

Mount Shasta is known as one of the most sacred places on Earth and is called by many people the magical mountain. Mount Shasta is located in the Cascade Range in northern California. The incredible Mount Shasta rises around the picturesque mountains in the Siskiyou County at an altitude of over 432

California, Mount Shasta, view of Mt. Shasta, elevation 14,162 feet from Siskiyou Lake

California, Mount Shasta, view of Mt. Shasta, elevation 14,162 feet from Siskiyou Lake

Mount Shasta is a large stratovolcano with four overlapping volcanic cones. Besides its main summit, Shasta has a 12,330-foot (3,760 meter) satellite volcanic cone called Shastina. Shasta has erupted periodically over the last 600,000 years and is considered an active volcano

A Climber's Guide to California's Mount Shasta

Mount Shasta is a large stratovolcano with four overlapping volcanic cones. Besides its main summit, Shasta has a 12,330-foot (3,760 meter) satellite volcanic cone called Shastina. Shasta has erupted periodically over the last 600,000 years and is considered an active volcano

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