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Mount Shasta

Located deep in the heart of California, Mount Shasta is a volcanic mountain in a town of the same name. Mount Shasta has always featured in the history of America, since the time of native Americans, with the area being the home to tribes like Shasta, Klamath, Karuk and Wintu. The mountain also features in what is referred to as theĀ Siskiyou trail, a sort of ancient Native American trade route. The volcano is thought to be still active, although its last eruption was in 1789.
What is known as Mount Shasta is really four volcano cones that overlap each other. At its highest peak, Mount Shasta is 14,179 ft, making it the 34th highest peak in the US, and the 5th largest in the state. Shasta is also part of the Cascade range, which is a series of mountains across North America.

Mount Shasta is a popular spot for climbers both from within and outside the state. Indeed the structure of the mountain attracts climbers far and wide to come have a go and try to reach the summit. It is also a place for daredevil skiers and other extreme sports fans.

The mountain itself is considered sacred by some people who believe it to be a sort of power center and a mystical summit, inhabited by spiritual beings, and filled with ethereal powers. This view may have been influenced by a certain myth among Native Americans surrounding the mountain and how it came to form. People who regard it as a power center see it as a place where certain spiritual energies exist.

Today, Mount Shasta is a popular destinations for tourists coming into California, coming to enjoy the many things in the area. Some come to climb the mountain, some others just come to camp and enjoy the serene milieu in the mountain grounds, exploring the lush forests and the rivers. The area also features routes for hiking and those who would like to ride a bike. In short, there is something for everyone to do. There are also those who come to the place to ‘tap’ from the energy thought to be connected with the great mountain through meditation.

Some just come to enjoy the town, and have a taste of the beautiful food, or go fishing and kayaking by the lake near the mountain. It’s a unique tourist experience that offers a lot for everyone. Several companies plan Mount Shasta Spiritual Retreat for Mount Shasta, for those willing to embark on a holiday vacation to that side. This package is mostly for those willing to just treat Mount Shasta as a regular holiday spot, however those willing to come to this mountain to meditate can also enjoy such arrangement.

Several companies plan Mount Shasta Spiritual Retreat for Mount Shasta, for those willing to embark on a holiday vacation to that side. This package is mostly for those willing to just treat Mount Shasta as a regular holiday spot, however those willing to come to this mountain to meditate can also enjoy such arrangement.

It is not only the mountain that attracts people to the region. In fact the town of Mount Shasta is blessed with a number of attractions that drives people to it all year round, some which include

1. Mount Shasta City Park

This is a park located in the north of Mount Shasta. The park has place for picnics, playground for children, and other place to relax. The park also contains a spring which is the source of the Sacramento river.

2. Lake Siskiyou

A beautiful lake that is always a site to behold. The lake also allows for activities like swimming, fishing, and kayaking, making it a popular area especially during the summer time when families are looking for a place to cool off.

3. Caster Crags State Park

This is also another spot where people visit, and have a view of the wonderful Mount Shasta. The park is a popular spot for campers. It also includes hiking trails, and other means to explore the outdoor. This makes it a favorite for environmentalists and those wishing to explore nature in the hardest form.

4. Lake Shasta Caverns

This is wonderful exploration of the undergrounds. The tour also includes a ride on the wonderful waters. This cavern is cool for those wishing to explore and see things from a thousand years ago, as the cavern contains such.

5. Mount Shasta Fish Hatchery

Come take a visit to the legendary hatchery, first of its kind in the west. Containing a number of species that are reared for their eggs and for their foods. This place is good for those who care about animals, especially fish.

6. Mount Shasta Sisson Museum

This is a popular spot for those wishing to see some artefacts from the history of the Mount Shasta area. It contains exhibits from the various tribes that have lived within that part. A very fun and interesting place to visit.

7. River Dancer's Rafting & Kayaking

This is a place for the bold and daring to come and try the waters of the Klamath river, either on a Kayak, or a raft. Provides for an unforgettable experience.

8. Shasta - Trinity National Forest

Mount Shasta is home to the largest forest in California. The forest includes trails for hikers, and horse riders, who would find a terrain that would offer more than just an adventure. It also includes plenty of lakes and lush wilderness.
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