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Angel Cottage with a Sauna and view

Amazing Full View of Mt Shasta, french doors open to a private deck, with a barrel sauna. We sanitize and disinfect the space for your comfort. A complete kitchenette, Living room with sofa/bed, smart tv. Great for walks, bike rides, in a quiet neighborhood. Fred offers massage for more info look in the photos for rack card

$133 per night
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Beautiful Private Shasta Home with Hot Tub

Five minutes to town but nestled into big majestic pines, firs and oak trees, this cozy home has an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, skylights, and ample light for an inside, outside feel; Private but close to downtown Mt Shasta. This home has one bedroom upstairs with a comfortable King size bed, downstairs there are double & single futons on the floor. Enjoy star gazing in the Hot Springs Hot Tub off of the back patio!

$169 per night
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Mountain Modern Chalet w/ Hot Tub

This unique and stylish modern chalet will accommodate any type of Mt Shasta adventurer’s. Perfect for year around travel! This is truly a one of a kind chalet perfect for relaxing after a long day skiing and exploring the beauty of the area. Modern Scandinavian design to make you feel warm and comfortable.

$316 per night

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Mount Shasta Cabin
$71 per night
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Cameron's Retreat
$85 per night
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Sunny Mount Shasta private room
$56 per night
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Master Suite - Private Entrance - Self Check-In
$71 per night
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Cozy Suite, Jacuzzi Tub, full kitchen, Queen Bed
$99 per night
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Cozy & Romantic Mt. Shasta Getaway
$89 per night
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Shasta Bella - Darling 1-br cottage, sleeps 3,small dog ok, in town.
$109 per night
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Chestnut Garden Studio
$95 per night
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Room C-Charming MT SHASTA GRACE HOUSE downtown
$74 per night
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Magical Faeryvale Cottage,Walk to town!Mtn View!
$152 per night
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Room D-Charming MT SHASTA GRACE HOUSE Downtown
$89 per night
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❀ Cozy In-Town Retreat with Yoga Room + Kid Nook ❀
$111 per night

Mount Shasta house rentals

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Family & Pet Friendly Home in Town w/Yard & View.
$173 per night
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Twin Oaks Mt. Shasta (downtown) for long term stay
$125 per night
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Rainbow Ridge Ranch
$200 per night
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Sacred Creek Haven-Upscale Area-Modern 1BR
$104 per night
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The Nomad Room in Artist's House
$97 per night
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CHESTNUT COTTAGE DOWNTOWN
$145 per night
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Mount Shasta views! Private home for 2-5 people
$245 per night
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Stunning modern dwtn house w/ wood stove + hot tub
$252 per night
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Mt. Shasta Master Room-Forested Setting, pvt. bath
$36 per night
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Sacred Creek Garden -Upscale Area-Modern 1BR
$103 per night
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Private room and bath in Beautiful Mt Shasta home
$88 per night
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Lloyds Lodge. Great views. Hot Tub. Pet OK.
$212 per night

Downtown Mount Shasta cabin rentals

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Headwaters Lodge
$255 per night
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Charming rustic cabin w/ balcony + Mt Shasta view
$161 per night
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Shasta Retreat Cabin, Near Mossbrae Falls & River
$195 per night
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Peaceful Cedar Log Cabin on 1 acre
$231 per night
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Rustic Riverfront Bungalow
$158 per night
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Mount Shasta Forest Cabin Winter❄ Wonderland★★★★★
$475 per night
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Lookout Cabin Great Views
$177 per night
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Cabin Hideaway
$97 per night
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The Steinbeck Cottage, Welcome to simplistic stay.
$108 per night
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Dunsmuir Cellar Cottage
$119 per night
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**NEW** Mossbrae Retreat Cabin
$400 per night
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River Run Cabin in Historic Shasta Retreat.
$179 per night

Your guide to Mount Shasta

All About Mt. Shasta

Located in California’s far northern Siskiyou County, not far from the Oregon border, the city of Mt. Shasta sits at the base of a snow-capped dormant volcano of the same name. The town provides a convenient base for a wide range of outdoor adventures including biking, hiking, and camping. On auspicious occasions, you may spy a ring of clouds circling the peak.

In town, where the city streets are framed by the towering volcano in the background, you’ll find art galleries featuring photography and paintings that pay tribute to the area. Along South Mount Shasta Boulevard, the main drag, the shops housed in old brick buildings range from used bookstores to old-fashioned markets, as well as diners and a few higher-end bistros.

Hikers will find plenty of trails with varying degrees of difficulty around the region. You can enjoy a simple walk near the base of the mountain, or experienced mountaineers can also hire a guide to lead them up the rigorous climb through Avalanche Gulch to the summit of Mt. Shasta, 14,000 feet above sea level.


How do I get around Mount Shasta?

The nearest airport to Mt. Shasta is Redding Airport (KRDD) in Shasta County, about an hour and 10 minutes away by car. This airport accepts flights from several major West Coast cities. You can rent a car at the airport terminal, or take a 90-minute bus ride or a two-hour-long train ride to Mt. Shasta. Once you arrive at your Mt. Shasta rental, a private vehicle is the most comfortable way to get around the city. Public bus routes do connect a few areas within the region, but most do not stop at outdoors attractions. You can also bike around town, which offers a more intimate way to travel along scenic mountain routes.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mount Shasta?

The part of northern California sees dramatic swings between the seasons, with dry, hot summers and frigid winters that cover the mountains and valleys with snow. Mt. Shasta reaches its warmest, sunniest temperatures between June and September, which is when the most hikers and mountain climbers come to town. Over Labor Day weekend, the city organizes its annual Blackberry Festival, which features live music, local wine, and blackberry treats. During the winter months, you’ll want to pack for freezing temperatures, especially if you intend to ski, sled, or go snowmobiling, and check the weather conditions on the highways before driving to your Mt. Shasta cabin (tip: bring snow chains for your tires!). During the winter, some hiking trails are closed, while others turn into snowshoe trails.


What are the top things to do in Mount Shasta?

Mount Shasta City Park

This urban park, which spans 26 acres, sits just a mile from downtown and is more than suitable for spending a day outdoors on its walking paths, playground, and picnic areas. The park is home to the headwaters of the Sacramento River, meaning that the river starts right here in the park from a spring that comes out of Big Springs Hill.

Shasta-Trinity National Forest

Located 35 minutes south of Mt. Shasta, the 2.2 million-acre Shasta-Trinity National Forest is the largest national forest in California. There are hundreds of miles of trails to be explored on foot or mountain bike. Be sure to check out the Castle Crags, where towering stone spires and sheer granite cliffs give the appearance of castle ruins up on the mountainside. Trinity River, found deep in the park, is a great place for kayaking, canoeing, and fishing for salmon and brown trout.

Lake Siskiyou

Lake Siskiyou, just to the southwest of town, is a picturesque, sparkling lake that offers an outstanding view of the sunrise over the fir-clad hills. The surrounding area contains several hiking trails and a sandy beach. One of the best ways to experience Lake Siskiyou, however, is by paddle boarding or kayaking across its waters, and you can rent equipment in town.