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Announcements and News:

11.2.22 - Wilderness trailheads CLOSED for season

Aside from Bunny Flat, all Mount Shasta Wilderness trailheads are CLOSED (winterized) for the season. You may still access these trailheads, but your paperwork (summit pass and wilderness permit) must be attained at either the Mt Shasta or McCloud ranger stations. 

Questions can be directed to our very helpful front desk staff at 530-926-4511 or email Nick at... read more

Regional Avalanche Workshops

22/23 SAW REGIONAL WORKSHOPS https://www.americanavalancheassociation.org/events

October 8, 2022 — Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop — Silverton, CO

October 13-14, 2022 — Colorado Snow & Avalanche Workshop — Breckenridge, CO

October 16, 2022 - Northwest... read more

LOCAL AVALANCHE EDUCATION COURSES

Below is a list of avalanche education offered by local resources:

Sierra Wilderness Seminars

Avalanche Level 1

December 16-18

December 27-29

December 31- January 2nd

January 6-8

January 14-16

January 27-29

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Motorized and Dog Use Retrictions Map for Mt. Shasta

Please remember that dogs are NOT allowed in the Mt Shasta Wilderness area or on Sierra Club Foundation property. It is your responsibility to know where the boundaries are. Citations will be issued on a zero tolerance policy. Check out the map below...for motorized use, "green is good".  For dogs, the MS Wilderness and Sierra Club property are off limits. Don't forget, anywhere else on... read more

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