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WorldTraveler9 wrote a review Aug 2020
California, Maryland496 contributions275 helpful votes
We drove to the Bunny Flat trailhead on Mount Shasta to hike the Horse Camp trail up to the spring by the Sierra Club cabin. The first part of the hike is uphill in the sun, so be sure to get an early start when the air is cool. The trail gradually enters the forest and ends at a cool spring with clean water. Near the spring is a composting outhouse that's worth a visit. Another trail heads up from the cabin if you want to continue your hike.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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cabearcat wrote a review Oct 2019
Morgan Hill, California450 contributions67 helpful votes
We attended a wedding near Redding and decided that since we were just an hour away from Mt Shasta, the additional few hours of sight-seeing would be worth it ... and we were not disappointed. The only regret is that we did not have a lot of extra time as it would have been nice to do some not-so-rushed activities while there. The drive up to the parking area (about 7,500 feet) was beautiful. Great road and a very easy/gentle ascent to where the road ended. The vistas were absolutely stunning ... sooooo glad we decided to do this. And even though I checked 2-3 hours recommended length of visit, one would want more time if doing some hiking.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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FloridaLady wrote a review Jul 2019
Summerfield, Florida156 contributions231 helpful votes
This place looks like something you’d see in a travel magazine. It’s a great place to fish, hike, canoe, etc and enjoy the beautiful scenery. One of the most serene places in all of California.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Don H wrote a review Jun 2019
Kirkland, Washington920 contributions193 helpful votes
This is a great Forest with lots to do. Campgrounds were excellent. Waterfalls on McCloud River were great.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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ki0ki wrote a review Jun 2019
Williamsburg, Virginia6,334 contributions233 helpful votes
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In May it is still cold and some roads ate still closed. This is as close as we got but it is impressive. Go in the summer or early fall.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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