It was later found in the Sierras five hundred miles south of Mount Shasta.
But there was some accident, and they were wrecked near Mount Shasta.
Much of the material in the chapters on Mount Shasta first took similar shape in 1874.
Nobody was going toward Mount Shasta with so much as a pack-mule.
At the foot of Mount Shasta they passed over a logging camp nestled in the thick forest.
This afternoon I am sitting on a glacial rock in the forest at the foot of Mount Shasta.
When the spring came and Mount Shasta stood out white and glorious above the clouds, I hailed him as a brother.
Look behind you; the sun is slowly sinking behind Mount Shasta, tired of the scene.
But high over gorge and wilderness, gleaming against the cold blue sky, towers Mount Shasta, the monarch of the Sierras.
That is why the Indians about Mount Shasta will never kill or interfere in any way with a grizzly.
mountain in California, named for local native tribe, for whose name Bright offers no etymology.