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At 14,179 feet of elevation, Mount Shasta is the second tallest mountain in the Cascade Range and is California’s fifth highest mountain. Mount Shasta is estimated to have the most volume of any stratovolcano within the Cascade Volcanic Arc. Mount Shasta is estimated to have the greatest volume of any stratovolcano within the Cascade Volcanic Arc. Explore its natural wonders by hiking, river rafting, boating, mountain biking and camping. Get even closer with a side trip. The 14-mile drive on Everitt Memorial Highway (A-10) takes you to the highest point you can drive on Mount Shasta. To get there, take exit 738, turn right onto Lake Street and right again onto Everitt Memorial Highway. A short walk from the top leads to the John Everitt Vista Point.
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