360° VR Panoramas of Mount Shasta and the Klamath-Trinity Mountains
The Eddy Range
Klamath Mountains, California

West of Mount Shasta there is a high rimrock crowned with little peaks known as "The Eddys". It runs from the ridge above Castle Crags north to Mount Eddy itself, highest peak in the Klamath Mountains at 9037 feet (2754 meters).

Wikipedia: Mount Eddy

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Mount Shasta from the Castle Lake Road

Mount Shasta from the Castle Lake Road

Impenetrable thickets of head-high manzanita alternate with forests of pine and fir near Castle Lake.

Castle Lake Road, Shasta-Trinity National Forest, California

Date photographed: June 23, 2016

Mount Shasta from the Castle Lake Road

Mount Shasta from the Castle Lake Road

The Castle Lake Road affords great views of Mount Shasta rising more then 10,000 feet (3200 meters) above the town also named Mount Shasta.

Castle Lake Road, Shasta-Trinity National Forest, California

Date photographed: June 23, 2016

Castle Lake in the Eddy Range

Castle Lake in the Eddy Range

Glacially-excavated Castle Lake, named for the nearby Castle Crags, is a popular recreation destination. It is located at an elevation of 5440 feet (1660 meters).

Castle Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest, California

Date photographed: June 23, 2016

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