Wander Above, Venture Beyond in Siskiyou
An adventure seeker’s dream destination – that’s Siskiyou. Located in the northernmost region of California, where untamed adventure runs free. […]Read More
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Explore new horizons in Siskiyou, where each season offers a fresh perspective.
An easy 3.2 mile out-and-back trail perfect for snowshoeing. Pass through three robust waterfalls while surrounded by a blanket of snow.
The Mt. Shasta Tubing Hill is a designated tubing area with beautifully groomed snow. Unwind at their comfortable lodge with food and drink.
The Klamath Basin Refuge Complex is made up of six (6) individual refuges all managed from one main office located in Tulelake, CA.
The place to come to buy a gift, to complete your collection or start one.
Take in spectacular displays of the shoreline and sweeping views of Mt. Shasta. The perfect place in the summer to kayak.
The River Run Gallery is located at 151 Main St. in historic downtown Weed, at the north base of beautiful Mt.Shasta in Northern California.
Gear up for your outdoor adventure and rent kayaks, stand up paddleboards, pedal boats, canoes, hiking equipment, skis, sleds, snowshoes and more.
Home of professional crystal experience and knowledge.
The museum contains many fascinating displays and unique artifacts. Rare photographs illumine the history of Montague and Siskiyou County.
Burstarse Falls is actually a pair of beautiful waterfalls located in the Castle Crags Wilderness about a quarter mile off the PCT.
A 48.5 mile, scenic road bike route that takes you from Yreka to Montague. Experience elevation gains and descents on this ride.
A difficult 10.6 mile, moderately trafficked out and back trail that features a lake. Primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips and birding.
Located in the Heart Of Mount Shasta, the high-fire community pottery space offers studio memberships, classes, gifts and clay playdates!
The National Grassland is a great place for bird watching. It is home to Swaison’s hawk, golden eagle, bald eagle, merlin and sandhill crane.
Butte Valley Wildlife Area is approximately 13,400 acres of wetlands, sage flats, and farmlands, including the 4,000-acre Meiss Lake.
A short, easy trail high on Mount Shasta through delicate Panther Meadow that combines most of the best features of hiking on the mountain.
Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum consists of three large exhibit halls and an events room for special activities and displays.
Novy Ranch beef is 100% grass-fed beef. Their cattle are pasture raised and allowed to graze on natural grasses.
Committed to providing high quality naturally grown foods. Offering season vegetables, gourmet garlic, onions, herbs and fresh free range eggs.
A moderate 4.6 mile trail. Incredible views throughout. The route follows snow-covered Everett Memorial Highway to its terminus at the Old Ski Bowl.
The Greenhorn Park Trails offer hours of great mountain bike riding. Multiple trails for riders of all experience levels.
Castle Lake is located high in the Eddy Mountains west of Mt. Shasta. Photo Credit: Castle Lake TripAdvisor (ber57nie, sekharbvp, Craig S., Timothy Y.)
Otter Bar Lodge provides the opportunity to develop white water kayaking skills at one of the nation’s premier schools.
A designated sledding and tobogganing hill at the Snowman’s Hill Pass on CA Highway 89 between Interstate 5 and McCloud, California.
A seasonal certified open air market. Open Thursdays from 3:30-6pm, June through October.
Some of the BEST snowmobiling California has to offer is right here in Northern California at Fun Factory Snowmobile Rentals and Tours!
The 2200 square foot space is divided into three unique areas: the gallery, workshop/studio space and offices.
With a plaque detailing the discovery of gold in Yreka in 1851, Discovery Park is a cozy triangular park situated between Yama Street, Discovery Street and Park Place.
Ceramic painting, canvas painting classes glass fusing workshop and Ice Cream Parlor/ Cafe. Place for kids parties and ladies nights!
A short, easy trail that stays close to the rim of the Sacramento River’s Box Canyon. The trail offers several vistas down into the canyon.
The first and only medical spa in Siskiyou County. Offering medical aesthetic procedures and laser treatments.
Volcanic eruptions have created a rugged landscape with diverse features. Over 700 caves, rock art sites, and a high desert wilderness awaits you.
Castle lake is a 47 acre glacial lake perfect for fly fishing, spinning or baitcasting for gold shiners, brook and rainbow trout.
A lower elevation route on the north side of Mount Shasta that leads to a great waterfall…when it is flowing.
Enjoy the Klamath River on one of their rented kayaks, or experience the river on your own raft. Single and double kayaks available for rent.
Castle Peak lies at the nexus of the Castle Crags formation and the Trinity Divide. It is one of the most scenic viewpoints in the Mount Shasta area.
Mount Eddy is the highest mountain in the Eddys, the highest point in Trinity County, and the highest peak in the region, except for Mount Shasta.
Sugar Creek Ranch is an acclaimed private trout fishery located in the Scott River Valley of Northern California’s Siskiyou County. OPEN ALL YEAR!
Four Eagles Farm is a biodynamic operated organic farm on the Shasta valley plains raising bison, sheep and garden produce for the local community.
A great mountain bike loop around beautiful Lake Siskiyou that offers up a surprising amount of variety and spectacular views.
A family friendly Farmers’ Market located in Etna, California. Fresh food, music, artisans and family fun.
A road bike route from Mount Shasta to Castle Lake. Experience elevation gains and descents on this ride.
The Sisson-Callahan National Recreation Trail is a multi-use trail that follows the scenic North Fork of the Sacramento River for 3.3 miles.
A perfect trail ascending the cliffs above large Castle Lake. The trail drops into Little Castle Lake’s cirque before traversing Mount Bradley Ridge.
The Resource & Event Center is the REC. The REC is the premier Resource and Event Center in Fort Jones, California.
A 9.2 mile (one way) ride on a paved, one-lane country road. Follows the Klamath River on the far side. The ride has few elevation gains and descents.
The most popular day hike on Mt. Shasta and the access trail to Avalanche Gulch climbing route. Gradually ascends through red fir and pine trees.
Tule Lake NWR, established in 1928, Tule Lake Refuge encompasses 39,116 acres of mostly open water and croplands.
This high-altitude trail treks nearly 2 miles up the south flank of the mountain. Also the start of the most popular route to the 14,162-foot summit.
The Klamath, Shasta Trinity and Modoc National Forests combine efforts in winter to manage a tri-forest area of over 250 miles of snowmobile trails.
A moderate 15 mile mountain bike trail that provides three to five hours of riding time. Experience elevation gains and descends on this trail.
A short but impressive waterfall with year-round beauty located off Quartz Valley Road outside of Ft. Jones.
Shire Croft is a mini-farm of 2.5 acres located near Mount Shasta California.
Great loop around Lake Siskiyou offering a surprising amount of variety and spectacular views. Several trail options for hikes during off-season.
Climbing high above Castle Lake to diminutive Heart Lake, the trail provides views of Mount Shasta and a stunning view of the Castle Crags.
The “Upper Sac” is lightly fished but highly accessible with over 15 freeway exits and railroad tracks that parallel the length of the river.
The Shasta Valley Wildlife Area contains approximately 4,700 acres of Great Basin juniper woodland, riparian forest, seasonal wetlands, and crop lands, with Mt. Shasta as a backdrop.
Nestled in the Mt. Shasta foothills and offering a unique environment of sacred mineral waters, accommodations and a variety of workshops and retreats.
A gorgeous paved road route that takes you on a journey from Ft. Jones to Etna.
This remote, high volcanic plateau consists of pine and conifer forests, sage and juniper flats, craters, volcanic mountains, lava caves and lakes.
A very popular spot for fishing. During the warmer months, you’ll find plenty of local fishermen casting their lines in the shallow banks.
The Scott Valley Theatre Company (SVTC) is a group of volunteers dedicated to utilizing Etna’s historic Avery Theatre for the cultural enrichment of Scott Valley and the surrounding areas.
Jack & Jill’s of all trades is a gift shop and gallery featuring all local artists and entrepreneurs.
Season runs mid-December until mid-April. 425 acres of skiable terrain on 32 trails. Night skiing, two terrain parks, tubing and back country skiing.
Sereni-Tea offers over 160 varieties of high quality loose leaf and herbal teas from Japan, China, India, Taiwan, Nepal and Africa.
With 28 miles of hiking trails, everyone can enjoy a mild stroll or invigorating adventure. The only trail to climb into the majestic Castle Crags.
The Lower Klamath Wildlife Refuge, with a backdrop of 14,000-foot Mount Shasta to the southwest, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark.
Experience the Magic of this historic and unique Victorian Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast.
A short but highly scenic trail passing through meadows and a hemlock grove before reaching Artist’s Point, one of the finest vistas in the area.
Experience Nordic skiing on 25 km of well-groomed trails and marked backcountry trails. Center also has a trail just for snowshoeing. Photo Credit: Mt. Shasta Nordic Center
A locally owned and operated by a dedicated staff of fellow outdoor enthusiasts offering equipment, clothing food and advice.
The trail winds its way around the north side of the pinnacle of Black Butte, revealing amazing views en route to a 360 degree vista at the summit.
A 3.8 mile round-trip hike following the beautiful McCloud River. Take in stunning views of the Lower, Middle and Upper Falls.
A 46,900 acre refuge with areas for wildlife viewing, waterfowl hunting, a Visitor Center, environmental education and refuge virtual tour.
The Gallery in Mount Shasta is the place to come for beautiful art.
A family run farm that grows organic fruits and vegetables. Find their booth at Farmers’ Markets; or pick up specialty products at local shops.
A great hike up a cinder cone volcano that offers views of the surrounding wilderness. A hike to the Schonchin Butte Fire Lookout is worth the effort!
This is a great gravel grinder bike route that begins in Dorris, CA .
The Siskiyou Performing Arts Center (SPAC), based in Yreka, began in 1974. A concerned group of Siskiyou county residents felt the need for community theater.
This is a moderate, 22 mile out-and-back trail ideal for snowshoeing. Close-up views of pristine pools, rapids, charging cascades and mini-falls.
The Trinity Alps Wilderness on the Klamath National is located about 6 miles South of Callahan, California.
With panoramic views of the incredible Shasta National Forest, Lake Siskiyou is the recreational jewel of Northern California.
A 3 mile trail up Spring Hill at the north end of Mount Shasta City. Vistas offer views of the Trinity Divide, Strawberry Valley and Mount Shasta.
Peruse their beautiful hand-selected collections of crystals, minerals, crystal tones bowls, jewelry, artwork, books, music and more!
A 4th generation farm that was established in 1929. They offer fresh produce at the Klamath Falls Saturday Market.
Located in the Dunsmuir City Park in far northern California, the Gardens encompass ten acres of hilly, wooded area with a meadow containing the various gardens.
A small family owned and operated farm located at the base of Mt. Shasta. Grows numerous vegetables, hay and recently planted wine grapes.
Horse Creek Farm grows organic vegetables, herbs, fruit, plants and flowers. They provide high quality organic produce, plants, herbs and flowers.
A short hike along the shore of Castle Lake is a great introduction to the Trinity Divide. Take in vast views of the massive cliffs above the lake.
The Yreka Theater is the premier location for presentation of artistic talents as well as an ideal setting for seminars and ceremonies.
Kangaroo Lake is a 25 acre reservoir located in the Klamath National Forest.
A 6.6 mile out and back trail located near Mt Shasta and is recommended for very experienced adventurers. Primarily used for hiking and snowshoeing.
Handcrafted, unique items, including chairs, trays, toolboxes, coasters, furniture and more.
What Sweetbriar Falls lacks in size, it makes up for in ease of access and steady flow.
Historical museum located in Dorris.
Easily the most unusual trail on the mountain. The “trails” are actually old service roads used when the Shasta Ski Area was operating.
A rarely traveled trail that passes through lake basins, meadows and descends through a large canyon alongside the North Fork of the Sacramento River.
Known for their unique vintage lines such as Levi Strauss, Lodge Cast Iron and Enamel, Rose Bud Salve and Caswell Massey-America’s oldest perfume company.
Offers a wide variety of previously owned high quality items and antique pieces to improve your living space.
Located off Interstate 5 on Highway 3. Marble Peaks Ranch raises white and natural colored Corriedale sheep and breed pedigreed Anatolian Shepherd dogs.
Fresh free-range, organic, grass-fed and grass-finished beef from the Scott Valley.
A moderate 6 mile trail. Enjoy the views of Castle Crags, Mount Shasta, and an endless vista of range and valley.
In 1985 a group of artists, writers, philosophers, and community members began informal meetings to discuss possible mutual activities, which would employ the arts to address social issues.
Ukonom Creek is a cold, clear creek that feeds the Klamath River, and was named after a Karok chief.
Bask in the views of surrounding mountains while hiking on Mount Shasta. The far-reaching panoramas are abundant along every trail on the mountain.
A nine mile mountain bike loop that passes through an old growth forest, then traverses the inner Gorge of the Klamath River.
Great place to catch the latest movies!
Sand Flat is an obscure trailhead at 6,830 feet that gets very little use. Access is off the Everitt Memorial Highway, just before Bunny Flat.
River Dancers offers trips on the Klamath, Sacramento, Trinity and Cal-Salmon Rivers-from the mellow and relaxing to the truly adventurous.
The Marble Rim Gallery is cooperatively organized to promote, support and encourage artists.
The Marble Mountain Wilderness is located in Northern California and can be accessed from the towns of Happy Camp, Fort Jones, and Etna.
A small, family operated U-pick offering the most delicious strawberries, raspberries and blackberries throughout the summer.
The Dunsmuir Railroad Depot has been refurbished to ensure that Amtrak passenger service, the only Siskiyou County stop, continues in this historic railroad community.
A popular hill for delightful sledders to slide down. Bunny Flat is at the top of Everett Memorial Highway and open throughout winter.
The Lower Klamath is the ideal lake for families. With warm water and tons of wildlife, the kids will never be bored.
Offers kayak, stand-up paddle board lessons and guided river trips plus rentals and raft trips. Fun for the entire family.
Located off Highway 3 at Marbleview Ave in Fort Jones. Open Wednesday evenings from 5:30-6:30, July through October.
The outside of this “biggest little museum” features a Shasta Rain Rock and a wall incorporating obsidian, fossils, a cannon ball, mill stones, and Native American mortar and pestles.
Located about 30 miles Northeast of Mt. Shasta, Medicine Lake is ideal for hiking and sightseeing. The lake sits in the caldera of an ancient volcano.
The Great Shasta Rail Trail is a scenic, multi-use 80 mile trail. The trail will link towns McCloud and Burney with a historic and scenic corridor.
Opened in 1888, Mt Shasta is the oldest trout hatchery west of the Mississippi.
A 3.3 mile one-way downhill mountain bike trail. The trail difficulty is rated Black, with a single track with steep exposed sections.
Nestled in the beautiful Siskiyou National Forest at an elevation of 3600 feet, you can find the Weed Historic Lumber Town Museum.
Lake Siskiyou is a reservoir located just 2.3 miles from Mount Shasta. Fisherman will find a variety of fish including lake trout and smallmouth bass.
This is a great gravel grinder bike route. Enjoy the fast and smooth downhill on 89 then climb up the bumpy road in Old McCloud/Forest Service 31.
Soul Connections offers clothing, crystals, artwork, books, fountains and more.
Shasta Yoga Institute offers high quality yoga instruction by certified yoga teachers, workshops, retreats and private instruction.
A family run farm offering high quality grass-fed beef and heritage pork to their customers. Located 40 miles south of the Oregon border in Scott Valley.
This proposed trail will connect the City of Mount Shasta to the Mount Shasta Ski Park.
This north-facing cirque has easy access to North, West, and East-facing aspects allowing skiable terrain to be found in most snow conditions.
Located in MCloud, a quaint historic village on the south slope of majestic Mt. Shasta.
Offers crystals that have been bathed and blessed with pure head waters in the Sacramento River in Mount Shasta.
Closed to the Public in 2017 for continued re-planting and renewal. They will re-open to the public in 2018.
￼Temple of Intention is a community activation center dedicated to evolutionary consciousness,that is located just west of the slopes of Mount Shasta, where the pristine Sacramento Headwaters flow by.
Marble View Family Farm is located in Quartz Valley. Offers a wide variety of fresh produce that are sustainably grown.
Orr Lake is a popular fishing area with a beautiful view of Mt Shasta.
A 4.5 mile trail that ascends through Avalanche Gulch and connects with the Bunny Flat Trail, then up to the Sierra Club Hut at Horse Camp.
Heinz Danzberger Gallery is a Photography and Fine Art Gallery located in Mount Shasta California.
A great introductory trail high on Mount Shasta through delicate Panther Meadow that combines most of the best features of hiking on the mountain.
A family run farm that grows heirloom vegetable varieties without the use of chemicals or pesticides.
A mountain bike route that provides about 10 miles of single-track and 10 miles of dirt roads for one to five hours of riding.
Juanita Lake offers a unique combination of recreation opportunities.
Root Creek Falls is a large, multi-tiered waterfall that spills 500+ feet over the granite Castle Dome just south of Dunsmuir in the Castle Crags wilderness area.
A certified farmer’s market located in Yreka, Wednesday’s from 11-2, June to November. Buy local honey, vegetables, fruit, organic meat and more.
This short hike enters a lush canyon, home to 19th century ruins a well-developed rock climbing area, a crashing creek and a beautiful waterfall.
This is a great gravel grinder bike route in Happy Camp.
The route follows the obvious gulch leading from the upper left of Hidden Valley rising to the saddle that splits Shasta from Shastina.
A great mountain bike trail with elevation gains and descents. Take in the spectacular views as you ride alongside the Upper McCloud River.
Feel at home at this beautiful spa, located on the shore of Lake Siskiyou and just a few minutes to the base of Mount Shasta.
Born in 1868 near Whitewater, Wisconsin, Edward Curtis Sheriff became one of America’s finest photographers and ethnologists.
Welcome to the Miner St.Arthouse – where local artists have found a unique niche in Siskiyou County and beyond to share a little bit of themselves.
A Certified Farmers Market held in front of the McCloud General Store and Building Supply every Saturday from 11am to 3pm.
The Tule Lake Unit, WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument includes both the the Tule Lake Segregation Center and Camp Tulelake.
An ag-centric certified farmers’ market featuring fresh produce, meats, flowers, herbs, plant starts, honey and eggs–all grown in the Siskiyou region.
Clear Creek is the standard route on the southeast face of Mount Shasta. It hosts outstanding views, alpine meadows and deep Mud Creek Canyon.
Walk in the footsteps of Captain Jack and his tribal members at Lava Beds National Monument in the Northern Sierra Cascade.