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Mill Creek Falls
Mill Creek is one of Lassen's many waterfalls. The trail to the falls rises and falls through the red fir forest to an overlook of the falls. Continue across the creek to reach the top of the falls. Trailhead behind the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Amphitheater. More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Mill Creek Trail
Short Route: Follow Highway 299 west to the Tower House Historic District parking lot. At the end of the parking lot by the bulletin board, follow the paved trail to the footbridge over Clear Creek and turn left after crossing. Cross the next bridge and turn left onto the access road. Follow the access road past the Tenant Farmhouse and barn and then past the El Dorado Mine site where the trailhead marker is located. Before reaching the creek, you… More Information
14412 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
(530) 242-3400
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MoJoBella Fly Fishing
Steve Crosetti was born and raised in the Bay Area, but grew up hunting and fishing the local waters and lands of the North State for 20 years. In 2003, Steve moved his young family to Redding in pursuit of a better life closer to his fly fishing passion. Steve is a Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF) certified fly casting instructor and has spent the past 13 years, educating at kids camps, teaching, instructing, and promoting fly fishing and casting… More Information

Palo Cedro, CA
(530) 333-3484
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Mount Harkness
This excellent trail climbs though forest and open woodland to an active fire lookout. The hike begins in red fir forest and climbs an ancient shield volcano. The trail switchbacks and gradually steepens before opening up to the first open woodland carpeted in silver leaf lupine. The trail then passes again through thick forest before abruptly ending at the edge of a second open slope. After traversing this slope, the trail switchbacks through jumbled rocks into another mountain meadow where… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Mt. Shasta Board & Ski Park
At 14,161 feet, snow-capped Mt. Shasta dominates the northern skies as you journey through the region. It is the second highest peak in the Cascade mountain range and the fifth highest mountain in California. Mt. Shasta is an active volcano--the most voluminous stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc--and is said to erupt every 600 years. Many climbers attempt the summit of Mt. Shasta with the summer climbing season running from late April to October, but the mountain… More Information
Hwy 89/Ski Park Rd
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
(530) 926-8610
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North Country Raft Rental
Rent quality rafts and equipment for a scenic float down the Sacramento River from Redding to Anderson. It's fun and easy--beginners welcome! More Information
7630 Pit Road
Redding, CA 96002
(530) 244-4281
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Oak Bottom Marina
Oak Bottom Marina offers rentals of kayaks, paddleboards, canoes, pontoons, deckcruisers, fishingboats, and partybarges. More Information
12485 State Highway 299 W
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
530-359-2671
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Old Bridge Rafting
Northern California Rafting for Everyone! If you’re looking for rafting or kayaking in Northern California then Trinity County and Old Bridge Rafting has it all right here on the Trinity River, and Lewiston Lake! Old Bridge Rafting operates, by permit from the BLM, on the Trinity River from Lewiston down as far as Pigeon Point. This clear, cold section that flows from the Trinity and Lewiston Lakes are famous for fly fishing, conventional fishingrafting and kayaking. This stretch of the Trinity River… More Information
4428 Lewsiton Road
Lewiston, CA
530-778-0509
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On Water Yoga
Join experienced and certified SUP (Stand-Up Paddleboard) and SUP Yoga Instructor Audrey DeLong for a fun, outdoor, SUP yoga class or lesson! More Information
Various bodies of water
Redding, CA
530 710 8870
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Paradise Meadow
This scenic trail climbs gradually along a creek to a cliff encompassed meadow. The trail begins on the west side of Hat Lake. Small side trails lead to the lake edge which offers excellent views of the south side of Lassen Peak. After a half mile, the trail beings to climb as it enters a narrow ravine boarded by a tributary of the west fork of Hat Creek. The trail steepens again and the sound of rushing water grows louder.… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Parkview Trail
The Parkview Trail is a 10’ wide concrete trail connecting the Parkview neighborhood and City Hall to open space adjacent to the Sacramento River. More Information

Redding, CA
Petroglyph Point Trail
This very short trail begins on the east side of the Petroglyph Point just beyond the bulletin board on the dirt road at Lava Beds National Monument. The trailhead parking lot is on top of a short rise across from the trail entrance. Hike to the top to enjoy an impressive view of the basin and the Medicine Lake volcano. Please do not hike to the edge of the cliff to avoid disturbing nesting birds such as prairie falcons, red-tailed hawks,… More Information
1 Indian Well HQ
Tulelake, CA 96134
(530) 667-8113
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Phantom Falls
Phantom Falls is the most intriguing of many similar waterfalls on Table Mountain. This waterfall cascades off a cliff and into the canyon deep below where trees in the canyon hide the base. The cliff face gradually falls inward to a cave/ abandoned mine shaft as it reaches the canyon floor. The best way to view the waterfall is from the cliff edge and makes for an amazing sight. This waterfall is moderately accessible with GPS and coordinates. More Information

Oroville, CA
3037 Twin View Blvd
Shasta Lake, CA 96019
(530) 275-4939
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Piety Hill Loop
Stunning views of Clear Creek Canyon and the Sacramento Valley await anyone who takes this beautiful loop trail at any time of the year. Much of the trail is within open grasslands and oak woodlands which enhances vista opportunities. More Information

Redding, CA
Pit River
The 207 mile Pit River flows northeast of Redding, originating in the Modoc National Forest and crossing the Cascade Range before emptying into Shasta Lake by way of Montgomery Creek. If you want to work for your catch, the Pit River should be on your list. Its swift, deep water and low visibility make trout fishing a fun challenge for strong, adventurous fishers who like to earn their catch. The Pit River is open all year with peak seasons of… More Information

Fall River Mills, CA
Potem Falls
Potem Falls runs into Shasta Lake and is accessible by trail or by boat up the Pit River Arm of Shasta Lake. This waterfall lies in a deep canyon and reaches 45 feet from its base. Enjoy swimming in the pool at the base during the summer months, and don't forget to check out the rope swing! More Information

Montgomery Creek, CA

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Redding Jet Boat Tours
Jet Boat Tours Offering daily jet boat tours. Departing from Redding's famous Sundial Bridge, the only glass bridge of its kind in the United States, located on California's longest river, the Sacramento River. We will take you on a scenic jet boat ride, aboard our custom built 26 ft jet boat. Afternoon and evening trips offered; 4 pm- 6 pm and 6:15pm to 8:15 pm. Up to 20 miles of river covered in the 2 hour tour. $45. per person WildLife Photography /… More Information

Redding, CA
800-670-4448
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3141 Howard Dr.
Redding, CA 96001
530-245-0964
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Ridge Lakes
This steep climb up a forested ridge rewards hikers with two small alpine lakes cradled in a basin between Brokeoff Mountain and Mount Diller. The beginning of the trail winds through ferns, grasses and wildflowers including Mules Ear, Indian Paintbrush and Lupine. Stops along the way provide glimpses of the Sulphur Works hydrothermal area and Sulphur Creek. The trail then switchbacks through forest before following a ravine up to the lake basin. Good views of Mount Diller can be seen… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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River Dancers Rafting & Kayaking
Come join our river family and experience the adventure and fun of white water rafting and kayaking in California with River Dancers. We run trips on the Klamath, Sacramento, Trinity, and Cal-Salmon Rivers which offer rafting and kayaking runs from the mellow and relaxing to the truly adventurous. Whether you are planning a family trip with small children, a school field trip, or a grand adventure, we will work with you to give you a vacation to remember. We promise… More Information
705 Kenneth Way
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
530-925-0237
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River Romance
Whether you're looking for a romantic cruise for two or a scenic trip for up to seven friends and family members, River Romance Cruises welcomes you to join us as we guide you down the Sacramento River, under the glass-bottom Sundial Bridge and past Turtle Bay Exploration Park. More Information
2030 Marlene Court
Redding, CA 96002
(530) 222-2728
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Rock Creek Falls
This waterfall can be found on an unmarked trail that hugs Rock Creek, follow the trail to find a Cascade waterfall. This waterfall is easily accessible. More Information

Oroville, CA
Sac River Guide
We pride ourselves on our Professionalism, Originality, and our Knowledgeable, Top Guides on the River. We set the standards. Don't be confused by the rest. We are Northern California's Top Guide Service specializing in Salmon Fishing, Trout Fishing, Steelhead Fishing. Kirk has grown up fishing and hunting, and has over 30 years experience in his field, making him one of the only successful full-time guides in Northern California. He is a Master Guide and Outfitter, fishing and hunting are truly… More Information
Rivers
Redding, CA
530-221-6151
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Sacramento River National Recreation Trail
The Sacramento River Trail, which crosses the world famous Sundial Bridge in the heart of Redding, and the Sacramento River Rail Trail, which extends north all the way to Shasta Dam and sits alongside an historic abandoned railway, have both been designated as National Recreation Trails in the National Trail System and together make up the Sacramento River National Recreation Trail. The winding trail is popular with locals and visitors alike who want to take a casual stroll, a beautiful… More Information
777 Auditorium Drive
Redding, CA 96001
(530) 225-4100
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