• “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

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Current Conditions on Mt. Shasta & Latest Wildflower Report!

The mountain is still in prime condition for climbing and skiing! Last week we received over a foot of snow up high making conditions very good and continue through June.

Bunny Flat 6/16/2017

There is still snow at Bunny Flat. It’s melting but still good for skiing.

Avalanche Gulch

See all the climbers heading up Climber’s Gully up to Helen Lake. I took this picture Friday afternoon…and this is before the major crowds!

Bunny Flat Parking

For all you heading up over the weekend, limited parking. Plan ahead!

It’s already filling up for Friday Afternoon.

and the latest wildflower report…

Western Azaleas

These are just starting to bloom! Found them around 4,500 ft. in the Castle Lake area.

Rare Phantom Orchid

This unique orchid is in bloom right now and only grows in certain areas. Wanna see it, come on a tour!

Rock Penstemon

This is blooming on the lower slopes of Mt. Shasta.

Castle Lake

Castle Lake is melted out and ready for full on fun!

Until next time…Have a good one!

A Welcoming June in Mt. Shasta!

Summer is very near with sunny and warm temperatures so far!

The month of May had some nice offerings too~

Early Morning~The beginning of May.

This season we are above the normal snow average. It’s been a great season and continues. There is still 5-10 feet of snow at and above 8,000 ft.

Great climbing and skiing 9,000 ft. and above!

Burstarse Falls~Castle Crags Wilderness

This beautiful waterfall is a nice hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. The last section down to the falls is a bit challenging but worth it!

For directions and more information, check out my book, “Mount Shasta Guide to Fun”.

Castle Lake

Now Castle Lake is completely melted out. There is still snow up higher but not for long!

Greenhorn Park~Yreka

Lupines going off! I took this picture in mid-May. Information and directions to this park is in my book,   “Mount Shasta Guide to Fun”.

Looking for a spiritual awakening…

Come on one of my sacred site tours~http://mountshastaguide.com/tours-clinics/spiritual-sacred-site-tours/

Mt. Shasta’s Magical Northside!

I love this side of the mountain especially skiing it!

Skinning up for a great ski down!

You can now drive to the trailhead and have to walk up a little ways before reaching snow.

Mt. McLoughlin, Southern Oregon

The Cascades are going off~My nephew from New Hampshire came to the Pacific Northwest to ski the volcanoes!

My nephew Corey on top of Mt. Shasta!

Starting off June at Lassen Volcanic National Park skiing with my nephew Corey~

Spring Skinning!

A Celebration Beer with my nephew!

Looking for Summer…

I took this picture of a marmot on the slopes of Lassen.

Have a good one and until next time…

Have fun!