Explore new horizons in Siskiyou, where each season offers a fresh perspective.
A long traverse of the lower section of the stunning Castle Crags on the Pacific Crest Trail.
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A moderate 15 mile mountain bike trail that provides three to five hours of riding time. Experience elevation gains and descends on this trail.
Bear Trail (College of the Siskiyous) is a 2.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Weed, California.
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 McCloud River flows east of and parallel to the upper Sacramento River, in Siskiyou County and Shasta County in Northern California.
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.
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 mile hike uphill to a lookout that’s complete with a picnic table and a beautiful view of Happy Camp.
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.
What Sweetbriar Falls lacks in size, it makes up for in ease of access and steady flow.
A rarely traveled trail that passes through lake basins, meadows and descends through a large canyon alongside the North Fork of the Sacramento River.
A moderate 6 mile trail. Enjoy the views of Castle Crags, Mount Shasta, and an endless vista of range and valley.
With majestic views of Mt. Shasta and typically still water, Shastina Lake is a great place for water recreation in Siskiyou, especially spring and summer.
A popular destination for visitors to Castle Crags State Park is the scenic overlook at the end of Vista Point Trail.
A nice hike to a lake near Mt. Shasta stocked with trout.
Klamath National Forest is a 1,737,774-acre (2,715 sq mi; 7,033 km2) national forest, in the Klamath Mountains, located in Siskiyou County in northern California,
The Modoc National Forest is a 1,654,392-acre (6,695 km2) national forest in northeastern California.
At VS Equine LLC you can explore some of the finest, most scenic trails with amazing views, lakes, and rivers through an exclusive guided horseback tour throughout beautiful Siskiyou county.
Ukonom Creek is a cold, clear creek that feeds the Klamath River, and was named after a Karok chief.
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!
Burstarse Falls is actually a pair of beautiful waterfalls located in the Castle Crags Wilderness about a quarter mile off the PCT.
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.
There is a short, but great hike in Shasta Valley to take you to Trout Lake. It has stellar views all around and highlights the high desert scenery.
Mt. Bradley Lookout is a moderate to difficult hike with two attractive lake destinations along the way – dramatic Heart Lake and pastoral Little Castle Lake.
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.
For a little taste of waterfalls and wilderness, head to the aptly named Dog Trail in the Castle Crags Wilderness area.
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 beautiful community park with an expansive stretch of lawn.
River Park, in Happy Camp provides a scenic city park with green grass, a shaded pavilion and handy access to the refreshing Klamath River.
The Castle Dome Trail climbs through forested area before popping you out between Castle Dome and the Crag’s eastern face.
Heading out to Etna Summit? Expect great views and cooler temperatures than the Scott Valley below.
A 5.5 mile multi-use trail with views of the Klamath River, located just 2 miles south of Happy Camp.
Carrick Park located off Highway 97 on Maple Street. This neighborhood park is a 3 acre green haven.