Mount Shasta is located in northern California, east of Interstate 5 along SR89, between Mount Shasta city and McCloud city, California, USA.
Mount Shasta Ski Park is inside Shasta – Trinity National Forest. About 6 mi/9.6 km south of the 14162 ft/4317 m summit of Mount Shasta lies the ski area. Mount Shasta is the second highest volcano in the Cascade Range. Mount Shasta Ski Park is perfect for snowboarding.
It covers 425 ac/1.72 km² of skiable area and average snowfall reaches up to 280 in/711.2 cm. The park also provides a snowmaking system, covering 277 ac/1.12 km².Vertical drop is 1390 ft/424 m, top elevation 6866 ft/2093 m and base elevation 5476 ft/1669 m.
Total runs are 32, of which 20% for beginners, 55% for intermediates and 25% for advanced athletes. Longest run is 1.75 mi/2.8 km long. The Park has a lift system of 3 triple chairs, 1 conveyor lift and 1 rope two lift. Terrain parks are distinguished according skill level, for beginner, intermediate and advanced athletes.
Lift capacity is 6200 passengers/hour. The park offers night snowboarding on 14 trails and 3 lifts.