hiking/driving Mt Shasta

Discussion in 'California' started by telefunkunk, Dec 29, 2014.

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  1. telefunkunk

    telefunkunk New Member

    You cannot longer hike Mr Shasta without a permit. You have to self-register at the trailhead and pay $20 if you want to summit. Luckily, you can pitch tent at the various trailheads for free. If you don't wanna hike, you can drive to the trailhead from I-5. Just south of Mount Shasta take highway 89 east to the town of McCloud and then turn left into Pilgrim Creek road (road #13). After 4 miles, turn left onto Widow Springs Rd and follow signs for "Clear Creek Trailhead", which takes you to the southeast face of Mount Shasta.
     
  2. purplehills2

    purplehills2 New Member

    hike to the top of Mt Whitney

    I have yet to hike Mt Shasta, but I have taken the hike to the top of Mt Whitney several times. Mt Whitney should be on every hiker's lifetime list of things to do. Ascending Mr Whitney is a tremendous experience and one that I would highly recommend because Mt Whitney has one of the best maintained trails in all the Sierra Nevada. I would rate Mt Whitney as one of the easiest California peaks to hike.
     

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