Happy May~Spring has Sprung!!!

What a spring it’s been so far!

We’ve had a little bit of everything~Here’s a few pictures from April…

Castle Lake Road

The first couple weeks in April, we received a bit of SNOW!

Middle Peak, Castle Lake

Faery Falls, Mt. Shasta

This high energy spot is one of the special places in our area. Check out my newly printed 2nd Edition with directions and information about Ney Springs and Faery Falls.

Top of Broadway, Mt. Shasta 9,400 ft.

Spring Chowder Powder!

Black Butte, Mt. Shasta

A Break in the Storm~up the ridge.

Mt. Shasta Alpenglow

and to end the month off right…

Lassen Peak Northside~The Devastated Area

It’s going off~Great Corn!

Mt. Shasta in the distance.

Manzanita Lake, Lassen Peak Reflection

May looks to be a great month with mostly warm temperatures.

I’m booking tours now for the summer months. Give me a call at 530-926-3250 or email at robin@mountshastaguide.com for more information.

Have a great one!

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!