|Shasta Springs - Resort Midway on the Route of a Thousand Wonders|
Approaching Shasta Springs from the South (West on the SP)
Stop and Sample the mineral water
Your Train will make a brief stop to allow resort guests to detrain and passengers to taste the sparkling water.
It must be hard to stay on the platform instead of sampling the water or trying your luck with the trout in the river.
The water was bottled in the building to the left of the log cabin depot, the cable car climbs out of the building on the right
Approaching Shasta Springs from the North (East on the SP), the first thing you see is the bottling plant
Stop and Sample the mineral water, or ride the cable car to the resort at the top of the hill
Your Train will make a brief stop to allow viewing of the springs and passengers to taste the sparkling water.
It must have been the minerals in the water that turned the fountain so orange...
The thoughtfully covered viewing platform keeps guests dry amidst all the water
The buildings at the Springs changed over the years, was it due to modernization or fire?
The resort is at the top of a steep hill, a trail leads to the top through the rushing waters
The cable car is the quickest way to the resort at the top of the hill and the view is spectacular
Your friends hiking the trail can take a memorable portrait of your cable car ride
Each morning the mountain slope is bathed in sunlight, but afternoons in the canyon can be chilly.
The station below grows smaller as you near the top
Top of the Hill
All activities at the resort revolve around the club house
Guests stay in the cottages under the trees, clustered near the club house.