California’s Dynamic Cascade Duo

When John Muir first summited Mount Shasta he swore he could see the Pacific Ocean more than 100 miles away. While today’s air quality might not be as consistently clear as when Muir first stood atop the rime spackled summit of this Cascade Range giant, at 14,179 feet you’re bound to get some memorable views so long as you don’t climb this weather catcher when it’s shrouded in clouds.

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