It’s the middle of July in Northern California, meaning ski resorts throughout the area will transform their usual snowy slopes to accommodate summer activities. One of those ski resorts is the Mt. Shasta Ski Park, which will be debuting their 2020 summer season to public on Saturday, July 11.
The summer activities at Mt. Shasta will include mountain biking, disc golf and scenic lift rides, open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm.
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It is opening day THIS SATURDAY! We are extremely excited and can not wait to see you all. Please remember to bring you face coverings to wear in the lodge area and around others. Much appreciated! 🤘😷 We open at 9am and lifts start running at 10am. lift tickets can be purchased in Mud Creek Espresso. See you then!🚵♀️🚵♂️ #EmbraceYourInnerMountain Rider: @inthatreez
The highlight of Mt. Shasta’s summer program will be its mountain biking courses, with approximately 10 miles of lift accessed trails winding through old growth red firs, meadows, bridges over creeks all wrapped up with breathtaking panoramic views. Onsite amenities include on site bike repair, outdoor showers, food and beverages, retail shop and good company. Here’s the map to the mountain biking trails:
The mountain will also features two disc golf courses, both of which are free to play with the purchase of a $20 scenic lift ride ticket. The disc golf options include a 6-hole course for beginners or a full 18-hole course from the top of Douglas Chairlift all the way down to the lodge. It’s descrobed as one of the most challenging courses on the West Coast.
A feature of the summer activities at the park also includes their scenic chair lift rides, which will take visitors to the top of Douglas for gorgeous views and lunch at 6,000 feet at their Diamond Bar & Grill. It’s a great place for the whole family.
To mountain bike on the mountain, it’s just $35/day, with a season pass costing $149. The scenic lift rides and disc golf are $20/person. It’s going to be another great summer at the Mt. Shasta Ski Park. For more information, go here.
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine