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Mountain Climbing Tour in Mount Shasta

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Mount Shasta trip

Join our team of certified guides on a journey to summit Mount Shasta, one of California's most challenging and rewarding peaks, with our guided mountaineering programs, designed for beginners and experienced climbers alike.


Cascade Range

3 Days

Apr - Jun




* Summit Mount Shasta, one of the most challenging and rewarding peaks in California

* Guided programs for beginners and experienced mountaineers

* Led by highly trained and experienced guides


Conquer Mount Shasta, one of the most challenging and rewarding peaks in California. At 14,179 feet tall, it is the 5th tallest peak in the state and offers stunning views of the surrounding Cascade Range.

Our mountaineering programs are designed to help you summit Mount Shasta safely and successfully, whether you are a beginner or an experienced mountaineer. We offer 2 and 3 day programs to accommodate everyone's abilities and desires:

  • Our classic 3 Day Mountaineering Program is the perfect way to summit Mount Shasta for the first time. This program provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed, including glacier travel, rope skills, and self-arrest techniques.

  • Our 2 Day Light and Fast Mountaineering Program is for experienced mountaineers who are looking for a more challenging experience. This program requires you to be in excellent physical condition and have prior mountaineering experience.

No matter which program you choose, you can be sure that you will be in good hands. Our guides are highly trained and experienced, and they are passionate about helping you achieve your mountaineering goals.

Contact us today to learn more about our Mount Shasta mountaineering programs and to book your trip!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Equipment you will need to bring

Here's a list of everything you'll need for this trip: * Hiking Boots * Snowshoes (conditions dependant) * Snow Spikes (conditions dependant) * Backpack (minimum 70 liters) * Trekking Poles (Snow Baskets conditions dependant) Sleeping Bag & Liner (0-20 degree preferred) * Inflatable Sleeping Pad (R-rating, over 5 preferred) 3/4 Season Tent or Bivy Sack * Pillow Sunglasses * Sun Hat * Beanie * Gloves * Insulated Jacket (puffy) Fleece Top * Base Layers (top and bottom) * Wind Shell Jakcet * Extra Socks * Gaiters (conditions dependant) Headlamp & Extra Batteries * Sunscreen * Eating Utensils (Plate, Spork, Cup, Utility Knife) & Toiletries * Stove, Fuel, & Lighter * Hydration System (water bottles or platypus) * Food (a meal plan template will be provided) * Cell Phone + Charger * After Trip Clothes (left in car) * First Aid Kit (optional, your guide(s) will have one) * Map & Compass (optional)

About the guide

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Single Pitch Instructor

I am the founder of Golden State Guiding and an AMGA Apprentice Alpine and Splitboard Guide, a certified Single Pitch Instructor, and certified Wilderness First Responder and also hold an AIARE Pro 1 certificate.

At Golden State Guiding we hold a valid permit to guide you legally in California's Eastern Sierra mountains including Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia/ Kings National Park, Mount Shasta in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Joshua Tree National Park, Mission Trails Regional Park in San Diego, and Red Rock Canyon just outside of Las Vegas Nevada. All Golden State Guiding guides are professionally trained by the AMGA (American Mountain Guides Association) and are some of the best Guides in the industry. Our professional Guides know exactly where to take you for your day out of rock, ice, or alpine climbing, backcountry skiing or splitboarding, and mountaineering in California or Nevada.

These are some of the spots where we can take you:

- Joshua Tree National Park

- San Diego (Mission Gorge or Mount Woodson)

- Eastern Sierra (Lone Pine Peak, Mt Emerson, Mount Sill and the entire Palisade Range, Bear Creek Spire, Temple Crag, Crystal Crag, Cardinal Pinnacle, Iris Slab, Mammoth Lakes Basin, Clark Canyon)

- Mount Shasta in Shasta-Trinity National Forest in the Southern Cascades

- Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area



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What people are saying about this trip



Weather changed the event from 3 to 1 day and I was unable to summit in one day. Suggest the trip be delayed instead of trying to get it done in one day.

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