Mt Shasta Nordic was formed in early 2006 by members of the Mt Shasta area Nordic community who recognized that the Nordic skiing infrastructure Northern California could be preserved and enhanced by a community group passionate about cross-country skiing.
Mt. Shasta Alpine Education Foundation
A non-profit 501(c)3 organization, the Mt. Shasta Alpine Education Foundation through its ski and snowboard programs promotes the benefits of a community oriented mountain lifestyle by building strong skiing and riding skills and fostering a lifelong passion for winter sports.
With a thirst for outdoor fun and adventure Michele and Daren landed in Siskiyou County in 1989 to enjoy a life together filled with outdoor adventure and fun after 5 years of outdoor adventures and fun it was time to share!
Nestled at the base of beautiful Mount Shasta is one of Northern California’s finest All-Season Resorts. Mount Shasta Resort encompasses all you could ask for when searching for a locale to stay and play.
In the Fall of 2005, Helmet Camera Central was born as a result of our helmet cam experiences from our video consulting business Two Brothers Video. Helmet Camera Central is a simple resource designed to help people find objective and pertinent information about helmet camera systems.
Welcome to our beautiful little town on the Sacramento River. We host wonderful fishing spots, beautiful hiking and walking trails, excellent and well known restaurants, and lovely motels and vacation rentals.
The Mount Shasta Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and promoting trade and tourism in the Mount Shasta area for the benefit of our members and the citizens of our community.
Looking for an adventure? Beauty? Solitude? Excitement?
It’s time to visit far Northern California’s Siskiyou County.
Marble Mountain Hiking – Siskiyou County, CaliforniaIn every direction, you’ll find rugged peaks. Green, lush valleys. Abundant wildlife. Peaceful agricultural settings.
McCloud is a company built mill town with a rich past. We welcome you to take a photographic look back to McCloud’s timber and railroad beginnings. Visit the Heritage Junction Museum on Main Street