Monday, September 22, 2008

Tour Lava Beds National Monument

This region covers Siskiyou County is famous several popular natural attractions
including Mt Shasta, at 14,197 ft, is the tallest volcano in California; Lava Beds National Monument,
and Klamath River wilderness area.

Lava Beds National Monument

This region has witnessed many violent volcanic eruptions over the last half-million years.
Many diverse and fascinating volcanic features now mark the landscape.
Park features include more than 700 caves, Native American rock art sites,
and historic battlefields. An exciting California high desert adventure.

Tour Yreka CA
Discover Historic Yreka when gold was found in 1851.
Today, the spirit of gold rush era lives on in the buildings
on within the Yreka Historic District.

Tour Klamath Falls OR

Located in a geographically diverse area east of the Cascade Mountains and north of the
Oregon/California border, the Red Lion Inn Klamath Falls is close to snow-capped mountains,
sunny high desert and "The Klamath", Oregon's largest lake.

Tour Weed CA

The historic lumber town of Weed in south Siskiyou County with a breathtaking
view of beautiful Mt. Shasta, is a haven for the outdoor recreation enthusiast.

Tour Scott Valley

Explore the scenic Scott River Valley and the eastern approach to Marble Mountain Wilderness Area.
Includes the historic villages of Fort Jones and Etna.

Tour Happy Camp

The wild, scenic western region of Siskiyou County where the main highway (SR-96) follows
the Klamath River through dense forest.

Tour McCloud CA

The town of McCloud is proud of its varied and fascinating history. We welcome you to take a look back to its timber and railroad
beginnings and forward to what the future may hold for this historic lumber community.

Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex

Encompasses 39,116 acres of mostly open water and
croplands. Approximately 17,000 acres are leased by farmers under a program administered
by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. These crops, together with the waste grain and potatoes from
the lease program are a major food source for migrating and wintering waterfowl.

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