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'GUIDING' YOUR WAY AROUND FISHING THE LOWER SACRAMENTO IN REDDING
By Dan Shepler | 03/29/2018 Fishing, Gear, Great Outdoors, Guides, Waters
Redding, California is known as one of the best areas for trout fishing on the west coast and made Forbes list ‘Top 10 Fishing Towns’ in North America. Within an hour drive, you can be on some of the most renowned fly fishing rivers and streams in the country, but it can all be a little overwhelming to figure it out on your own. There are a lot of rivers, a lot of access points, and a lot of methods and flies you can use. Regardless of your skills as an angler, you can’t beat local knowledge and fishing with a guide will drastically increase...  Read More
THE NEW MOSAIC RESTAURANT LEAVES A LASTING IMPRESSION
By Dan Shepler | 03/13/2018 Food and Drink, Italian/Pizza, Redding Originals
The Mosaic Restaurant, the new hot spot in Redding, offers California style cuisine with an upbeat and lively atmosphere. I headed in for dinner one evening around 5:00 p.m. It looked pretty busy and there was a short wait for a table. Not a problem, spots were available at the bar to get a drink in the meantime. The bartender recommended the Sac Smash, a delicious spin on a margarita made with ginger, agave, lemon juice, and basil. She mixed one up to perfection and I sipped on while looking over the menu. The charcuterie board looks good.Table ready. Within moments...  Read More
WINTER FUN IN REDDING
By Jenny Zink | 01/12/2018 Caves, Great Outdoors, Skiing/Snowboarding, Snow Play, Snowmobiling, Winter Activities, X-Country Skiing & Snow Shoeing
Whether you are hoping to find some fresh powder and explore the snowy outback or looking to get some sunshine during the long winter, Redding is your winter vacation destination. Here are a few of our favorite winter things to do in Redding and the surrounding area. Snowy AdventuresLassen Volcanic National ParkLassen, or as we sometimes call it, little Yellowstone, is more often thought of as a summer destination to see some amazing volcanic activity. But you should definitely put a winter in Lassen on your bucket list if you are a snow lover. While you can’t pass through the park in...  Read More
VOTE REDDING AS A TOP DESTINATION FOR YOUTH AND AMATEUR SPORTS
By TJ Holmes | 10/25/2017
Redding needs your vote!The Redding Convention & Visitors Bureau is nominated for a SportsEvents Magazine 2018 Reader’s Choice Award after far exceeding the expectations of youth and amateur tournament organizers and participants.“Just to be nominated is an honor but we’d like everyone’s help to make sure the rest of the country sees all we have to offer,” said Sabrina Jurisich, Sports Commissioner for the Redding Convention & Visitors Bureau.Voting for Redding is simple – just three clicks, and takes less than 30 seconds. VOTE by clicking here, scroll down to find Redding under the “California” section, click the box that...  Read More
CASA SUPERHERO RUN NOV. 4 - WALK, RUN, OR FLY FOR A GOOD CAUSE
By TJ Holmes | 10/18/2017
Attention all superheroes: you’re needed in Redding!Children and families and everyone else are welcome to visit Redding and dress up as your favorite superheroes to participate in the fifth annual CASA Superhero Run on Nov. 4 at the Redding Civic Auditorium.Whether you walk, run, or fly, suit up with your cape, tights, and mask and race for a good cause.CASA, known as Court Appointed Special Advocates for children, is a national program that has been part of the Northern Valley Catholic Social Service for 16 years, providing court advocacy services to abused and neglected children. Its goal is to be...  Read More
PEDALING BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS IN REDDING
By | 10/09/2017 Biking, Trails
When the weather is good, the Redding area is a hidden gem of riding in NorCal. The Redding area prides itself in offering abundant outdoor activities that range between house boating on Shasta Lake, hiking Trinity Alps, fishing, and more recently cycling. Always known for having a terrific mountain bike scene that can be accessed from the Swasey Recreation Area on Swasey Road or the East Keswick trails off of Quartz Hill Road, the BLM has recently constructed a network of paved bike paths from downtown Redding to Shasta Lake.Paved bike paths in California come in one of two varieties: those...  Read More
REWARDING VIEWS ON HIKE TO HEART LAKE
By Aaron Williams | 10/08/2017 Great Outdoors
Mt. Shasta looms large over far Northern California. Just about any angle shows off the majestic mountain in all its 14,000-foot glory.But perhaps one of the best views of the mystical mountain is from nearby Heart Lake.A mere 45 minutes from your starting point in Redding, Heart Lake is a moderate hike that rewards you with postcard views.Nestled in the mountains just south of Lake Siskiyou, Heart Lake sits above Castle Lake. From the parking lot at Castle Lake, it’s a short, but moderate, 2-mile round trip hike to Heart Lake. The total elevation gain is 600 feet on the...  Read More
ADD LAKE SHASTA CAVERNS TO YOUR BUCKET LIST
By Marguerite Cleveland | 10/06/2017 Caves
No trip to the region would be complete without a trip to the Lake Shasta Caverns Natural National Landmark. Open to the public since 1964, this natural attraction wows visitors from all over the world. Your adventure includes a catamaran boat ride across Shasta Lake, a scenic bus ride, and a tour of the caverns. Allow at least two hours for your visit.Tickets can be purchased online but you must get a boarding pass when you arrive at the gift shop. Tours are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to your desired tour time. Allow at...  Read More
ROCK CLIMBING WITH SHASTA MOUNTAIN GUIDES
By Marguerite Cleveland | 10/05/2017
Shasta Mountain Guides offer a fun climbing day which is perfect for the whole family. It is designed for climbers with little or no experience. Cantara Crag is a short five-minute walk from the parking area and is nestled next to flowing water and a nice swimming hole. It makes for an enjoyable location if you are not climbing.Our guide, Joey Iosue was the perfect instructor for two teenage boys. Iosue has more than nine years of experience rock climbing and it shows in the easy way he quickly had the ropes set up. His instructing style was fun and...  Read More
EXPLORING WHISKEYTOWN NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
By Marguerite Cleveland | 10/04/2017 Lakes, Paddling, State & National Parks
You can easily fill a whole day with a visit to the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. There are plenty of recreation options on the beautiful lake filled with crystal-clear mountain water and surrounded by sandy beaches, hidden coves, and stunning mountain views. At over 39,000 acres, the area includes four waterfalls, over 70 miles of trails, a scenic drive around the lake and gold rush history.Services are limited so make sure to gas up and pack a picnic lunch, tons of snacks and water for the day. There is something about being outside that makes everyone extra hungry.Start your visit...  Read More
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