• “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

Smokey to Rain has been September’s Weather in Mount Shasta!

I pretty much hunkered down the first half of September.

A Breath of Fresh Air!

There were a couple days I found a breath of fresh air on the mountain. Who would think on this day it was so smokey at the lower elevations, that the mountain wasn’t even viewable.

Like Heaven…

This is one of my favorite places on Mt. Shasta…and I wasn’t disappointed!

Beautiful Blue Skies!

We had a blue bird weekend with smokeless skies and nice weather. Looks like cooler weather is moving in throughout the week~http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=41.31&lon=-122.29#.Wbf9K8aZOi4

Now is a great time to go on a tour or hike!

Call or text me at 530-926-3250 or email robin@mountshastaguide.com

Mt. Shasta August Days…

August has brought some smokey days, blue-bird days and FUN DAYS!

August summer day on the east side!

I’ve found myself spending a lot of time over on the east side of Mt. Shasta~

Clear Creek Route

This picture shows current conditions on the  Clear Creek route. This route is known as the least technical climbing route on the mountain.

Yep…Pine Martin

I saw this little guy and quickly put on my telephoto lens.

Mountain Heather in bloom

Mountain Heather is found on the mountain around 7,000-8,000 ft.

It is a very fragile flora and requires delicate walking when in these areas.

Lupines starting to go off!

Looking at the Hotlum/Wintun Route with the lupines and Brewer Creek in the foreground.

Ash Creek Falls

These waterfalls are a fun cross-country trek on the east side of Mt. Shasta.

and here’s what is happening on the south side…

Bunny Flat, Mt. Shasta

This is Bunny Flat Meadows with the lupines and rabbitbrush going off!

Upper Panther Meadows, Mt. Shasta

The wildflowers are just starting to awaken!

It will probably be at its peak in the next couple weeks.

The Old Ski Bowl, Mt. Shasta

There is still quite a bit of snow for late August. I walked up to the snow at 8,300ft. If your looking to play in the snow, we got it!

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