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14412 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
530-246-1225
The hike to the falls is very easy and the trail is mostly flat the whole way. This is a great hike for anyone looking for a less strenuous way to enjoy the great outdoors. This is the only manmade waterfall in Whiskeytown National Park. It was created from a diversion of Trinity River to Whiskeytown Lake.Driving Time: 26 mins / 18.51 miles from ReddingDistance: .33 miles (one way)Difficulty: Easy
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39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
Scenic views of the Sierras and the Feather River Canyon are visible at several spots along the last segment between Big Creek Trail and Lookout Rock along this trail. This trail begins 0.2 miles west of Bucks Summit Staging Area and ends near Lookout Rock at the intersection of Aararat Loop and Willow Creek Trail.  The first segment of the trail serves as a link between the Bucks Summit/Four Trees Trail and Big
Quincy/Feather River Country
2833

530-595-4444
If snowshoers are able to reach the Devastated Area, they can chart their own path across the winter landscape, enjoying a continuous view of the northeast side of Lassen Peak. If snowshoers are able to reach the Devastated Area, they can chart their own path across the winter landscape, enjoying a continuous view of the northeast side of Lassen Peak. Most of the winter, an 11-mile journey from Manzanita Lake up the Lassen Park
Susanville/Lassen Country
2834

530-595-4444
During the spring season, the snow-covered Lassen Park Road offers an easy route from the Devastated Area to Summit Lake. During the spring season, the snow-covered Lassen Park Road offers an easy route from the Devastated Area to Summit Lake. The route of the roadway is easily discernible and the grade of the climb never exceeds moderate. Although the close proximity of the
Susanville/Lassen Country
2835

530-595-4444
The view from the summit of 7968-foot Diamond Peak has to rank as one of the best park vistas so close to a trailhead during the winter season. Much of the terrain in the south end of Lassen Park provides great scenery without the obstruction of dense forests. The view from the summit of 7968-foot Diamond Peak has to rank as one of the best park vistas so close to a trailhead during the winter…
Burney/Eastern Shasta Country
594
875 Mitchell Ave.
Oroville, CA 95965
530-534-6500
See the sixth highest waterfall in the nation, which reaches a magnificent 640 feet. View spectacular scenery from the 9-mile round trip hiking trail. Accessible by Car: Yes Hiking/walking required: Yes If so, what is the distance:   9 mile hike (round trip) 4 miles each way. Special Features: Feather Falls,  the sixth tallest waterfall in the continental Unite
Oroville/Lake Oroville
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5 Table Mountain Blvd.
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-2222
- Accommodates 9,000 adult salmon and 2,000 adult steelhead  - Incubators contain up to 20 million eggs and 9.6 million fingerlings - Fall is best time for fish viewing
Oroville/Lake Oroville
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2600 Old Ferry Road
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-2500
The museum is a WPA built rock building with changing displays.   Created alongside the Feather River on the site of Oroville’s first park, the nature center features walking trai
Chico/Paradise
2190
Hwy 162
Lake Oroville, CA 95965
530-365-7500
The Feather River Scenic Byway follows the North Fork of the Feather River into the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The route is one of California’s earliest routes over the Sierra’s, providing the lowest elevation highway crossing during major winter storms. The byway traverses the northern Sierra Nevada and ends near the Nevada border, making it unique in its botanical and cultural diversity. The byway begins in the Lake Oroville area of Butte County. Lake Oroville, created by…
Oroville/Lake Oroville
2836

530-595-4444
This trail is best for more experienced snowshoers as the marked Nordic trail through dense forest can be extremely hard to follow at times. Forest Lake sees relatively few visitors in the summer as the shallow lake offers no swimming or fishing and has a rather healthy population of mosquitoes. The lake appears to be so uninviting that no official path leads to the shore, in spite of the fact
Burney/Eastern Shasta Country
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Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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