Mount McLoughlin


Mt. McLoughlin is a steep stratovolcano. Which means its built up of many layers (strata) of hardened lava, tephra, pumice, and ash. It is one of the volcanic peaks in the Cascade Volcanic Arc, within the High Cascades. Elevation is at 9,493 feet.

Castle Crags


Castle Crags is a dramatic rock formation in Northern California. The formation and surrounding habitats are protected by Castle Crags State Park, and Castle Crags Wilderness Area of the Shasta- Trinity National Forest.
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