• “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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Lassen Peak & Diller Canyon, Mt. Shasta Conditions

This past weekend has been fun with new exploration on the lower slopes of Mt. Shasta~Diller Canyon.

Early Morning~Heading up Diller Canyon.

Early Morning~Heading up Diller Canyon.

Sunday morning my friend Steve Lewis and myself headed up Diller Canyon located on the west side of Shastina. This area is a rarely visited gem on the lower slopes of Mt. Shasta.  Besides the very challenging drive in, it makes for a great spring ski and during the summer months one can find small waterfalls and wildflowers galore.

The base of Diller Canyon at 9,000 ft.

The base of Diller Canyon at 9,000 ft.

The North and South pinnacles of Diller Canyon.

The North and South pinnacles of Diller Canyon.

Enjoying the corn snow!

Enjoying the corn snow!

I’m usually the one behind the camera!

and on the south side~

Broadway & Avalanche Gulch, Mt. Shasta

Broadway & Avalanche Gulch, Mt. Shasta

Next stop~

Lassen Peak's North side~Devastated Area

Lassen Peak’s North side~Devastated Area

My other favorite peak to ski and visit is Lassen Peak.

The north side is now open to the Devastated Area and great skiing to be found!

Early morning~Lake Britton

Early morning~Lake Britton

I love the drive over to Lassen Volcanic National Park. This area is Lake Britton located at McArthur Burney Falls Memorial State Park. The train trestle you see in the picture was used in the movie, “Stand By Me”.

Thinking about what to do this summer?

Hire me as your personal tour guide to explore California’s Northstate. Come and explore Mt. Shasta, Burney Falls, Lassen Volcanic National Park and all the other beautiful and out of the way places in our region!

Tours & Trips

Spring Time Powder on Mt. Shasta!

3 inches plus so far and cooler temperatures to follow throughout the week makes for awesome conditions!

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Bunny Flat 4-22-2016

We have a solid snowpack and smooth surface plus fresh snow makes for great skiing!

Wanna go on a ski or snowboard tour~http://mountshastaguide.com/tours-clinics/back-country-ski-trips/

Avalanche Gulch 9,500 ft.

Avalanche Gulch 9,500 ft.

Snowing!!!

Snowing!!!

This is what we are getting today and throughout the week at 7,000 ft. and higher~

http://www.shastaavalanche.org/weather/forecasts/current-bunnyflat

Come on up and enjoy the spring conditions on Mt. Shasta!