• “When you experience everything this truly magical, mystical, beautiful mountain has to offer, you’ll feel all of life’s stresses organically just melt away. We’ll travel to some of the most desirable, hidden spots that Mt. Shasta has to offerJust the act of coming here, escaping your daily grind, will replenish you in miraculous ways. You’ll leave Mt. Shasta with a renewed sense of fulfillment and confidence, because all of the noise in your head will simply, disappear.

    “I highly recommend Robin! You couldn’t be in better hands. She fits the adventure to what you, personally, are interested in and able to do. I came away energized and more confident in what she taught me.”
    ~ Jeanne Lansing, Grants Pass , Oregon

    CALL or EMAIL ME AT

    robin@mountshastaguide.com

    530-926-3250

Latest Conditions on Mt. Shasta~Powder!!!

With all the snow we’ve been receiving this past week, skiing has been awesome!

Avalanche Gulch filled with snow.

At 8,000 ft. there is 16 feet of snow and more up high~The snow will be lasting for awhile.

What is that sticking out of the snow?

This is the composting toilet up at Horse Camp also known as the Sierra Club Cabin. It may be a long time before this toilet is used again!

Looking into Avalanche Gulch.

Notice the snow blowing in the wind. It’s all happening.

Wanna go on a tour~ give me a call or email at 530-926-3250 or robin@mountshastaguide.com

Pluto Cave

This is one of those special places here in Siskiyou County. Wanna learn more?

Check out my newly printed 2nd Edition of “Mount Shasta Guide to Fun“.

Have a great week everyone!

Update on Road Conditions

The road is now open!!!

The county’s update as of 1/30/2017 regarding the status of the Everitt Memorial Highway (mtn road) and Castle Lake roads.

They are still using both of their rotaries in the residential and outlying areas probably for at least another 10 days to two weeks. After that they can get started. They did punch a single lane on the Castle Lake road up to Methodist Camp to get those folks out, but the road remains gated at the bottom and the Everitt Memorial Highway is gated at McBride.

Lower Slopes on Mt. Shasta

There are still many places to get out and have snow fun!