Discover Mount Shasta
Monday, September 2, 2013
The world famous Mount Shasta is located at the southern end of the Cascade Range in California. Since Mount Shasta is not connected to any nearby mountains, it is one of the most distinctive landmarks in northern California.
Even though the last eruption of Mount Shasta occurred roughly two centuries ago, many refer to it as a sleeping giant, since it’s considered a dormant volcano that will likely erupt in the future. This information however does not deter the throngs of climbers, hikers, back country skiers, family vacationers and retirees from exploring this natural wonder every year!
For historic hospitality located on the slopes of Mount Shasta:
McCloud Hotel, McCloud, CA
Nestled on the side of Mount Shasta is the charming McCloud Hotel, owned and operated by the wonderful team of owner/innkeepers Robert and Nancy Short. Originally built in 1915 to house men working in the town’s lumber mill, this Hotel has been lovingly restored to provide a true haven for today’s travelers. In addition to providing outstanding accommodation, the hotel also offers gourmet dining and an ideal location for guests who wish to explore Mount Shasta and the bountiful surrounding area.
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