MOUNT shasta is an active volcano located at the southern end of cascade mountains in california, in the siskiyou district.
With its height of 4322m it is the second highest peak of the Cascade Mountains and the fifth in California. The mountain has an estimated volume of 350 km³, and it is a stratovolcano with the largest volume in the Cascades.
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF ARTICLES AND RESOURCES RELATED TO MOUNT shasta and the cascades:
Includes fascinating myths that surround it, the dispute over its name as well as a great deal of practical information and a hiking and trekking guide for the whole area.
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