This 3.5-Mile Trail In Northern California’s Mt. Shasta Wilderness Leads Straight To A Historic Alpine Lodge

It’s hard to be anything but inspired when admiring the great Mt. Shasta in Northern California. The Mt. Shasta Wilderness is a popular option for adventurers wanting to explore the iconic mountain, as it’s loaded with gorgeous scenery and a plethora of hiking trails. A place called Horse Camp is an especially beloved spot that’s maintained and cared for by the Sierra Club. Although many use Horse Camp as a jumping-off point into the wilderness, the trek to the camp and its historic alpine lodge makes for a fantastic little adventure in itself.

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