What to Do!
The two main spots in Shasta Cascade are Mount Shasta and Mount Lassen. On the peaks of these mountains as well as in the forests and lakes you have an unlimited supply of outdoor adventure.
Winter is a great time of year in the Shasta Cascade area. Once the snow falls and water freezes, the mountains, valleys, meadows and lakes provide the perfect setting for skiing and snowboarding as well as cross-country and back-country skiing and snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice skating, ice fishing and sledding.
Shasta Cascade is a great place for golfers who enjoy the great open sport. It's designed for those golfers who are at home by the campfire as well the fireplace in the clubhouse. The price of golf in Shasta Cascade is inexpensive as well as scenic and casual.
If you're looking for arts and entertainment, Redding and Chico are the two biggest cities in the region. However, don't feel you'll lose the small town feel because in spite of being bigger cities in the region, they still have the feel of small towns.
The Western Pacific Railroad Museum has 80 restored cabooses and cars. You can actually drive one of the 35 vintage locomotives for up to two hours with the assistance of a private instructor.
If backpacking is your thing the Trinity Alps Wilderness is the second largest wilderness area in California with 517,000 acres. Trinity Alps Wilderness crosses the boundaries of three national forests and has trails, rivers, forests and peaks.
Make Your Plans
If you have discovered that Shasta Cascade is the right vacation location for you, be sure you book your vacation rental by owner in order to guarantee you can get exactly what you are seeking when it comes to accommodations. A condo is the perfect lodging to meet the needs of couples or families and can fit into any budget. The right accommodations will allow you to enjoy all the activities that await you at Shasta Cascade!
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