Petroglyph Point Trail starts on the east side outside of Petroglyph Point. Across from the trail entrance you will see the trailhead parking lot where you will then hike to the top […]
The McCloud River Falls Trail is a favorite in the area because it leads you to three waterfalls. These waterfalls have formed because the river has run into tough, erosion-resistant […]
Along Captain Jack’s Stronghold Trail you can do one of two short self-guided interpretive trails that go through Modoc, wartime defenses. At Lava Beds National Monument in the Northern Sierra Cascade you can walk where Captain […]
On the southwest face of Mount Shasta is where you will find Clear Creek, the main route. This route has an easier slope than Avalanche Gulch and has amazing views, […]
Medicine Lake sits in the caldera of an ancient volcano and is 30 miles Northeast of Mount Shasta. The last time that the Medicine Lake Volcano erupted was nearly 1,000 […]
A moderate 15 mile mountain bike trail that provides three to five hours of riding time. Experience elevation gains and descends on this trail.
On the border of the Modoc National Forest and Lava Beds National Monument is the Gillem Bluff, a low elevation ridge sitting between 4400 feet and 4600 feet in elevation. There are no trails on this part of the […]
Near Tulelake, California is Glass Mountain which is a 4.9 mile round trip trail with moderate traffic. Glass Mountain offers beautiful views and mostly used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding which is […]