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These are a must-see! They're a bit of a drive, about an hour one way but so gorgeous. They're in a state park, the entry I think is $10, a short walk from the car for a grand vista! Stop in Mccloud for lunch either on the way or back!
Amazing waterfalls located a little over an hour away. Falls can be seen from parking lot, or you can do the mile hike to get closer.
A nice day trip would consist of visiting the lava tubes (also in guidebook) on the way to Burney Falls to explore.
If you're looking for a day trip, burney Falls is about 1 1/2 hours away. The falls are breath taking with trails around the whole area. The falls flow into a lake where you can enjoy the views while having a picnic.
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“Amazing hiking, boating, stand up paddle boarding, skiing (in season) and camping. ”
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“See how the area is recovering from the devastating effects of the Carr Fire. The lake offers swimming and canoeing. ”
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“Nice simple food. Best to order TO GO...not necessarily a great atmosphere...but good food.”
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“From Redding, looking to the east you can see the peaks in Lassen National Volcanic Park. This park has all kinds of trails, through meadows and near lakes and creeks. Some unique spots include a cinder cone and the geothermic features of bubbling mud pots and fumeroles. On the hottest days in Redding, you can find relief in this park.”
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“The hike is worth it! Pack a "light" lunch and enjoy when you reach your destination. Whiskeytown Falls For over 40 years this 220-foot waterfall was only a secret to the few that knew it existed. For a variety of reasons, some people decided not to share the falls' existence with others. Today, people from all over the world have heard about the hidden secret. Whiskeytown has four major waterfalls that you can visit all year. The best time to visit the waterfalls is in the spring when the creeks are bursting with the runoff from melting snow. During the summer months a hike to a waterfall provides a cool break from the heat of the valley.”
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