The Shasta National Forest is a federally designated forest in northern California, USA. It is the largest National Forest in California and is managed by the U.S. Forest Service.
I like this trail. The views are wonderful. There's a lot to explore and it's easy to hike even with our baby in the carrier. There were a few trees that had fallen unto the trail and with baby it was a little hard to get around. I'm hoping they get cleaned up soon. The last part of the trail is going along the road so be careful when you have kids or pets with you.
We hiked this route last September. We start 1am midnight. We got all our gear ready. It was only half mile & will be in the summit, but we had to turn around due to weather was in favor for us that day, wind & clouds was getting crazy. We checked the weather before we go but we just never know, it's changes every second specially you are in the highest altitude. Better be safe than sorry! . Worse hike I've ever been. Better Train yourself & plan before u do this hike. Definitely going back to reach the summit. View is amazing when u reach to the top!