Towering alongside the spiky crags is the rounded-shaped Castle Dome that is often compared to Half Dome in Yosemite.
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A popular destination for visitors to Castle Crags State Park is the scenic overlook at the end of Vista Point Trail. This easy half-mile round trip hike leads to a ...
The crags can definitely be seen from the freeway and the easy access to the park draws visitors daily.
The famous Pacific Crest Trail also winds through the lush park.
The 4,350-acre park occupies 28 miles of winding trails, with a 2.7 mile trail into Castle Crags Wilderness, a branch of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.
On I-5 30 miles north of Redding, California. Castle Crags State Park is hosted, and offers hot showers and flush toilets. There is great hiking, and views of ...
The park has 76 campgrounds and six environmental campgrounds. Each campground is without showers.
Castle Crags is a dramatic and well-known rock formation in Northern California. Elevations range from 2000 feet along the Sacramento River near the base of ...
The recreation area of the park features fishing and swimming, excursions into the backcountry, nature viewing, horse tails, educational programs and exhibits with many chances to view Mount Shasta.
Spring is an excellent time to view the display of over 300 species of wildflowers.
Taken in Castle Crags Wilderness, showing Mount Shasta with a fresh coat of snow.
The Castle Dome hike is strenuous but worth the effort with a bubbling spring along the hillside and gorgeous views of Mount Shasta and the crags.