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Active Volcanoes of Northern California - InfoBarrel
Northern California has nine active volcanoes. Some are more obvious, such as towering Mount Shasta, and others are less well known. Each is rated by USGS as having varying threat levels for future eruptions, ranging from very low to high.
Mount Shasta : Photos, Diagrams & Topos
Mount Shasta holds dominion above fall colors near Edgewood. Casaval Ridge is the long slope on the right. Shastina's bulk can be observed in front of Shasta. Diller Canyon is the long triangular patch of snow on the lower right side of Shastina.
Mount Shasta: Spirits and Danger on a Sacred California Mountain
Mount Shasta, located near the Oregon border in northern California, holds the distinction of being one of the world’s preeminent sacred mountains. It is recognized as an eligible Native American cultural and cosmological property on the National Register of Historic Places.
Pictures: America's Ten Most Dangerous Volcanoes
Thirty years later, Mount St. Helens—which erupted 30 years ago today—holds steady at number two. See all ten of America's most dangerous volcanoes, ranked by government experts.
Mt. Shasta reflection Lake Siskiyou sunset clouds 2 | Paul Gill
Mt. Shasta reflection Lake Siskiyou. Lake Siskiyou is a reservoir formed by Box Canyon Dam on the Sacramento River, in far northern California, near the town of Mount Shasta, California. It is the site of local recreation, as well as being used for watershed protection and flood control.
Try One of These 10 Great Camping Spots in California
If you want to go camping in California, check out our ten favorite camping destinations at the beach, near the mountains, and in the wine country.