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NASTC All-Mountain Freeskiing Courses: Mount Shasta, Calif.

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Shasta at daybreak.  Click here  for more information about this trip and many others. PHOTO: NASTC

Shasta at daybreak. Click here for more information about this trip and many others.
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The NASTC group gets all their gear together at the Bunny Flat trailhead.PHOTO: NASTC

The NASTC group gets all their gear together at the Bunny Flat trailhead.
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The NASTC group skins up the mountain. PHOTO: NASTC

The NASTC group skins up the mountain.
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The view up Avalanche Gulch from 10,400 feet. PHOTO: NASTC

The view up Avalanche Gulch from 10,400 feet.
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Mount Shasta, a 14,179-foot stratovolcano, is the second-highest peak in the Cascade Range and the fifth highest peak in California. PHOTO: NASTC

Mount Shasta, a 14,179-foot stratovolcano, is the second-highest peak in the Cascade Range and the fifth highest peak in California.
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Looking up at the summit from the summit plateau just under 14,000 feet.PHOTO: NASTC

Looking up at the summit from the summit plateau just under 14,000 feet.
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The view looking down at Shastina and the top of the Whitney Glacier from Misery Hill at about 13,000 feet. PHOTO: NASTC

The view looking down at Shastina and the top of the Whitney Glacier from Misery Hill at about 13,000 feet.
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