Written in EnglishRead online
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161) and index.
|Other titles||Climbing Mount Shasta|
|LC Classifications||GV199.42.C22 M695 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 174 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||96070136|
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Teaching had become my new mountain, something I had obviously come to value more than standing on top of a 14,foot rock. Shasta seemed to shrink a little in that moment. I had traded one kind of summit for another, mountaineering boots for rubber chickens and, after all, it was an acceptable trade.
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Shasta Book: A Guide to Hiking, Climbing, Skiing, and Exploring the Mountain and Surrounding Area ()92%(38). I have climbed both Mount Shasta and Mount Whitney. Whitney was significantly harder, because it's longer and you spend more time at higher altitude than at Shasta.
The scenery up Whitney was more variable: Shasta is a huge volcano standing in. Mt. Shasta is a popular climb for both intermediate and experienced mountaineers. Although strenuous, this non-technical climb is suitable for people in good physical condition who are comfortable with climbing at elevations ab feet.
A Climbing Ranger did check my permits on the descent, so make sure you have them and keep them handy. A Summit Pass is required if you climb ab feet and its good for three days from issue date. Some local stores as well as Ranger Stations have the permits available.
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Eight superb glaciers, California’s largest, adorn its flanks. Shasta Mountain Guides is the oldest local adventure guide service on Mt.
Shasta.5/5(7). The Mt Shasta Approach via the Avalanche Gulch Route starts at Bunny Flat (6, ft) and then proceeds up the mountain to the Summit (14, Ft) for a total elevation gain of over 7, feet. During the summer months, there is a maintained trail that leads from the parking lot at Bunny Flat to Horse Camp 1 3/4 miles away.
Climbing Mt. Shasta is much more than a guide book; it's part mountaineering encyclopedia, part natural and cultural history book, and part adventure narrative.
In the beginning, we're treated to descriptions of Shasta herself, the mountain's numerous glaciers, a history of volcanic activity, and obligatory, but beautiful quotes from John Muir.
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Mount Shasta (Karuk: Úytaahkoo or "White Mountain") is a potentially active volcano at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, an elevation of 14, feet ( m), it is the second-highest peak in the Cascades and the fifth-highest in the Shasta has an estimated volume of 85 cubic miles ( km 3), which makes it the most voluminous stratovolcano Location: Shasta–Trinity National Forest, California, U.S.
Climbing accidents on Mount Shasta are always unfortunate, but Mt. Shasta is dangerous, especially the upper reaches where climbers seek the summit.
Climbers can fall and they can be hit by falling rocks. Here are resources for climbing conditions, what to take, and how to prepare. This will be a low-key climb of Mt. Shasta with priority to climbers from the canceled May and June climbs.
Preference would be to take people who have hiked or climbed abft. Please request permission after Feb. 17 and please don't expect responses to questions before Feb. You can see it from miles away, rising nea feet into the clouds this is Mt.
Shasta, at 14, the fifth highest mountain in California, cloaked with seven glaciers and mystery. Of. 2 of 5 Spectacular climbing conditions are predicted to peak in mid-summer on Mt. Shasta, foot plug dome volcano that pokes a hole in .Located far into northern California, Castle Crags is a unique and enormous area that consists of fair to excellent quality granite spires, domes and walls, most with views of Mount Shasta.
Climbs range in height from 20 feet to over feet. The majority of the climbing is trad, but there is a small sportier area known as the Pin Cushion Wall.Learn glacier climbing & crevasse rescue while climbing Mt. Shasta. If you book today for trips this summer you will get a full refund up to 14 days prior (or 30 days for international trips) if the trip is cancelled, or if you are unable to attend, due to the Covid crisis.