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About Mount Shatsa

At a height of 14,179 feet (4321.8 m), Mount Shatsa is the second-highest peak in the Cascades Range after Mount Rainier and the fifth-highest in the state of California. With an estimated volume of 85 cubic miles (350 km3), it is the most voluminous stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc.

Climbing season in the summer begins late April until October, however, they have been some reports of attempts being made in the winter. During winter, to avoid an avalanche, Sargents Ridge and Casaval Ridge, to the east and west of Avalanche Gulch, respectively, become the most traveled routes. This mountain has also become a choice destination for backcountry skiing. Most climbing routes can be descended by experienced skiers, and there are numerous lower-angled areas around the base of the mountain.

Anyone who wishes to climb Mount Shasta must obtain a summit pass and a wilderness permit to climb the mountain. These permits and passes can be received at the ranger station in Mount Shasta and the ranger station in McCloud, or climbers can obtain self-issue permits and passes at any of the trailheads 24 hours a day. Its volcano is thought to be still active, even though it last erupted in 1789.

The largest forest in California is situated in Mount Shasta. This forest includes trails for hikers, and horse riders, who would find a terrain that would offer more than just an adventure. It also includes plenty of lakes and lush wilderness. Other side attraction for tourist to Mount Shasta include:

  • Mount Shasta City Park located in the north of Mount Shasta.
  • Lake Siskiyou- A beautiful lake that is always a site to behold.
  • Caster Crags State Park
  • Lake Shasta Caverns
  • Mount Shasta Fish Hatchery- Contains a number of species that are reared for their eggs and for their foods.
  • Mount Shasta Sisson Museum-A popular spot for those wishing to see some artefacts from the history of the Mount Shasta area.
  • River Dancer's Rafting & Kayaking- Provides an unforgettable experience for the bold and daring seeking to try the waters of the Klamath river either on a Kayak or a raft.

Taking A Spiritual Retreat

Spiritual retreat is time devotees set apart to be in quiet, rest, and solitude. For centuries now, people have gone on spiritual retreats to encounter the divine and experience spiritual renewal.

Retreats take us away from noise and distraction, into a place of spiritual refreshing and renewing. It has become a means of entering into the presence of a sovereign being, and allowing him to nourish your soul. During retreats, we settle into the stillness, we notice the stirrings of our soul, our deeper longings, and listen to a quiet whisper around us.

You may have considered taking a spiritual retreat, but don’t know which destination to choose. If the practice of spiritual retreat is new or foreign to you, select Mount Shasta as your destination and savor every moment of your retreat.

Spiritual Retreat to Mount Shasta

A Mount Shasta Spiritual Retreat is a healing sanctuary in Mount Shasta, California is a combination of modern and ancient wisdom traditions which empowers individuals to love themselves and create a life of spiritual connection, balance and emotional health. Lives have been transformed through customized in-person retreats, as well as online integrative empowerment coaching programs. Spiritual Retreat to The white mountain (another name for Mount Shasta) is an East meets West approach to healing that addresses the physical, emotional, energetic and mental bodies for total being wellness.

Mount Shasta is a powerful catalyst vortex that quickens people’s awakening into the highest possible version of themselves, our true, essential, authentic being. Many people believe that it is the root chakra of the planet. Others believe that the mountain resonates the crown chakra energy of pure God, spirit and divinity in balance and harmony with all chakras, in every dimension. In addition, there are vortexes at different elevations on the Mountain that resonates at each of all seven chakras. There are also many different sacred sites all around the mountain that resonate very specific frequencies. What’s more, Shasta mountain is also unique in that, the sacred sites can shape-shift into whatever catalyzing frequency it needs for each individuals’ evolution in the moment. Being in or near Mount Shasta is enough to inspire and alter the vibration of all who experience it. Tere are some known sites on the mountain, but many of the most potent vortexes lie hidden in less known locations.

So there you have it, make Mount Shasta your next destination for a spiritual retreat and brace yourself for an unforgettable experience.

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