360° VR Panoramas of Mount Shasta and the Klamath-Trinity Mountains
Shasta Valley
Siskiyou County, California

Shasta Valley, between Mount Shasta and the Klamath River, is dotted with innumerable cinder cones, small lava flows, and huge chunks of rock from a massive landslide. There are also a number of lava tube caves, one quite large, and probably many yet undiscovered.

Most of the valley is ranchland or irrigated pasture, with recreational development at Lake Shastina. Views of the north side of Mount Shasta are spectacular, especially in winter and spring.

Wikipedia: Shasta River

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On the southwest shore of Lake Shastina

On the southwest shore of Lake Shastina

On the southwest shore of Lake Shastina

, California

Date photographed: May 7, 2001
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From Emerald Isle, a volcanic island (sometimes) in Lake Shastina

From Emerald Isle, a volcanic island (sometimes) in Lake Shastina

From Emerald Isle, a volcanic island (sometimes) in Lake Shastina

, California

Date photographed: May 7, 2001
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Looking north over Lake Shastina from Milkhouse Butte

Looking north over Lake Shastina from Milkhouse Butte

Looking north over Lake Shastina from Milkhouse Butte

, California

Date photographed: May 7, 2001
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Looking south towards Mount Shasta from Milkhouse Butte

Looking south towards Mount Shasta from Milkhouse Butte

Looking south towards Mount Shasta from Milkhouse Butte

, California

Date photographed: May 7, 2001
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