Our World: Mt. Shasta

Mt.Shasta, California

Mt. Shasta is one of the taller volcanoes of the Cascade Range. This active volcano lies in Siskiyou County in Northern California is visible from Interstate 5 if you are on the way to Oregon (or if you are driving down from there).

If you are on your way South, there is a viewpoint just off I-5 that gives you a great view of this Stratovolcano. These pictures of Mt. Shasta are from one of my stops there.

Mt. Shasta, California
Shasta (the mountain at the back – the snow-capped one) and I-5 S.

 

Mt. Shasta, California
Mt. Shasta from a viewpoint just off I-5 South.

 

Mt. Shasta, California
Mt. Shasta is 14,162 ft high.
That’s over 4300 metres. So it is visible for several miles, if  you are on Interstate 5 in N. California.

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64 Comments

  1. It is majestic isn't it? Makes the road trip easier with such beauty of behold.

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  2. Gorgeous frames, Divya! 🙂

  3. It looks like a snow capped peak and it's a volcano 🌋??

    • A snow-capped Volcano. There are two more huge ones north of here that are literally blanketed in snow in the winter and a good part of Spring too. I'll show you some pictures soon, Jaish. 🙂

      Thank you for coming by.

  4. the mountain top looks so beautiful and serene. Lovely!!

  5. a beautiful part of your world

  6. Isn't it beautiful! So awe inspiring to see.

  7. Impressive skyline captured beautifully

  8. the 1st,3rd and specially the last pic is so beautiful, it seems like i am seeing something in dream…mind blown…

    • Thank you so much, Jyotirmoy.
      First of all, Welcome here.

      So nice to know you liked these pictures. I love the sight of mountains like this and they always have that effect one me. 🙂

  9. OMG! The first pic is absolutely breathtaking Dee… 🙂

  10. Beautiful photographs and good use of depth of field for the boards Dee 🙂

    • Thank you, Puru.
      It's always great to hear from you. I had one more look at that pic and thought I should have put up a picture of the board and the mountain in one frame; looks like I have a phone photo like that.

      Thank again, Puru. I hope you are doing well. 🙂

  11. You have captured Mt.Shasta really well 🙂 Wonderful pictures! My favorite being the first and the last one!

  12. Wow! Mountain looks divine. Nice photos.

  13. wow wow wowow wowowow .. what can i say more WOWOWOWWOWO

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  14. Amazing! Never heard about Mt Shasta earlier. Thanks for sharing 😊

  15. Knowing about this for the first time. Great shots!

  16. Such beautiful snaps.. your post is awe-inspiring! :')

  17. Very majestic, and the snow-capped peak is in contrast with the lower plains..

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  18. Very alluring pic, Divya! Makes me realize how much more is still left to see:)

    • Thank you, Mr. Bhatia.
      I'm sure. 🙂
      How much ever we see, it's still going be just a handful of places, considering how much the world has to show us. Hmm… 🙂

  19. Wow this is amazing…. Loved the color tones on the mountain and you captured it to perfection Dee 🙂

  20. Beautiful picture. Reminded me of my trip to Mt. Rainier in Washington State.

    • This is a sibling of that big one.
      The time I tried to go see Mt. Rainier, it was foggy and we couldn't get close to the mountain because of the snow, even though we were almost into summer. 🙁 I hope to go see it sometime soon.
      Thank you. 🙂

  21. It looks intimidating through all that haze.

  22. So beautiful & serene! And informative too. Thanks, Divya, for such a wonderful post 🙂

  23. Heard about it for the first time. Great Shots.
    🙂

  24. It looks towering and spectacular!

  25. Gosh,it is so beautiful! I feel like just running out of my home and landing there right now 🙂

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