Emergency workers are worried about glaciers on Mount Shasta’s North slope after U.S. Forest Service crews Monday dealt with mud flow from a melting glacier that covered two roads and a bridge in muck, logs and rocks and forced a mountain creek out of its banks.
California’s drought is being blamed for glacial melt that caused mudslides and flooding in the Mt. Shasta area.
Officials said the fast-moving fire caught residents in the small town of Weed near the Oregon border off guard and damaged or destroyed 100 homes and a church in this tiny town.
Volcano Roadtrip 1 Brian discovers the geologic history of a number of Bay Area volcanoes from days gone by and hops in the car for a journey north to Mount Shasta and Lassen Peak. The […]
An autopsy is planned on a snowboarder whose body was found after a three-day search on Mt. Shasta over the weekend.
A snowboarder was found dead Sunday morning in the Mount Shasta Ski Park.