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708 W 12th Street
Alturas, CA 96101
530-223-4666
• Devil’s Garden Mountain Bike Area is made up of 3 miles of steep pavement and 2.3 miles of flat dirt roads appealing to beginners and advanced riders alike. • Woodland Jurassic Mountain Bike Area offers 8.6 miles of dirt road with gentle slopes and level ground, great vistas of the Warner Mountains, with a super-scenic canyon. • Likely Mountain Challenge Mountain Bike Area offers 7.2 miles of dirt road and 2.2 miles of old broken highway for the advanced rider wanting to tackle steep…
Modoc County
960
2950 Riverside Dr.
Susanville, CA 96130
530-257-0456
• The 30-mile Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail follows the route of the historic Fernley and Lassen Railroad, leading hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians on a gentle, meandering course along the tranquil, forested banks of the Susan River. • Eagle Lake, the second-largest natural lake in California, is known for its trophy-sized trout, and offers excellent developed campgrounds, a marina, and beaches. • The rugged Fort Sage Off-Highway Vehicle Area offers trails to suit every riding ability. • The backcountry of the Skedaddle Mountains offers cross-country…
Lassen County
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6640 Lockheed Drive
Redding, CA 96002
530-224-2100
  • The 25-mile Sacramento River Rail Trail provides joggers, hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders with a tranquil escape along the Sacramento River. • The area surrounding the Wild & Scenic Trinity River provides opportunities for camping, salmon and steelhead fishing, rafting, canoeing or kayaking. • Chappie-Shasta Off-Highway Vehicle Area provides 200 miles of roads and trails for motorcycles, four-wheel drive and all-terrain vehicles, with dramatic views of S hasta Lake and Mt. Shasta. • The Sacramento River Bend Area offers excellent places to…
Shasta County
957
602 Cressler Street
Cedarville, CA 96104
530-279-6101
• The Surprise Valley/Barrel Springs Back Country Byway takes the traveler across a desert lake, through canyons and valleys, and into desert  mountains. A unique free Byway Tour booklet is available to enhance the driving experience. • In the Nevada portion of the area, the few improved and many unimproved roads provide solitude and a back country driving experience. High clearance four wheel drive is needed in many areas. • Cedarville is a gateway to the Black Rock Desert-High Rock Canyon-Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area, where…
Modoc County
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1650 Broderick St.
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-2528
The museum displays approximately 12,000 different items consisting of wrenches, blacksmith tools, tune-up related items, jacks, service station items, plumbing tools, soldering irons, electric tools, hand grinders and other misc. items. Over 2,000 brands dating back to the 1820's. Considered to be one of the most historical tool museums in the world. Open 7 days a week. Mon - Sat. 10 am -3:45pm, Sundays 11:45 -3:45 pm.
Butte County
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14412 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
530-246-1225
At over 138 feet tall, Boulder Creek Falls was thought to be the tallest waterfall in Whiskeytown National Park until the re-discovery of Whiskeytown Falls in 2004. With three cascades down a canyon covered in moss and ferns, you'll feel like you're in a dream.Driving Time: 15 mins / 9.44 miles from ReddingDistance: 2.25 miles (one way)Difficulty: Moderate
Shasta County
2167
14412 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
530-246-1225
Brandy Creek Falls is one of the widest waterfalls in Whiskeytown National Park with five cascades that rush over the granite rock of the canyon. Here you will find the unique Indian Rhubarb displaying bright colors in spring and fall. This trail connects to Rich Gulch Trail. This waterfall is accessible by trail. A map of the trail to Brandy Creek Falls is available at the Whiskeytown Visitor Center.Driving Time: 15 mins / 9.44 miles…
Shasta County
2831
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
530-595-4444
From this trail a vast area of the surrounding landscape as well as nearby park landmarks are visible. At 10,457 feet, Lassen Peak has the premier views of any to be had within the park. However, the vistas from the summit of Lassen Park’s second highest point are nearly as wonderful.
Shasta County
2853
39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
This is the main route offering connections to many of the loop trails and provides access to the resorts at Bucks Lake. This trail begins at the Bucks Summit Staging area and ends at the Four Trees Warming Hut.  This is the main route offering connections to many of the loop trails and provides access to the resorts at Bucks Lake.  These resorts offer the only
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204 West Alma Street
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-4511
Snowshoers of all abilities can enjoy this easy route along the pleasantly graded and easily discernible extension of the highway to Panther Meadow. Snowshoers of all abilities can enjoy this easy route along the pleasantly graded and easily discernible extension of the highway to Panther Meadow. Wandering in and out of red fir forest, the route offers exceptional scenery along the way, culminating in
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