RIDERS GET 15% ROOM DISCOUNT!
(MUST BOOK DIRECT AND PRESENT PARTICIPANT FORM AT CHECK IN)
This truly is a century ride with just the right amount of everything! Enjoy incredible views of some
of nature's finest scenery as you ride this fabulous route.
We will be offering 5 ride options this year: Super Century, Full Century, Mountain Metric Century, Valley Metric Century, and a Half-Metric Century. The rides will follow one or both of two loops – one to the south of Mt. Shasta and one to the north.
All rides start and end in the beautiful Mount Shasta City Park. Here, the headwaters of the Sacramento River emerge from the base of Mount Shasta in its purest and clearest form. You will be treated to the best tasting drinking water the world has to offer! Bring a jug with you and fill up for later! With grass and shady trees, relax along the river in this heavenly location and enjoy what we hope is one of the most enjoyable bike rides you ever experience!
THREE DAYS OF ACTIVITIES!
Come and Meet
Those Who Call The Mountain Their Home!
People come from all over the world to Mt Shasta looking for direction and connection, especially these days...
Innovative knowledge and experience are being discovered in this remarkable place called Mt Shasta! The people who live in the Mt Shasta area are especially fortunate to explore these possibilities every day, enabling them to be on the forefront of leading edge knowledge in their field of expertise.
The Best of Mt Shasta Conference & Festival offers an intimate setting for three full days with local presenters, musicians, vendors and you, the participants, where everyone has the chance to meet one another, engage in conversation and make new friends.
Immerse yourself in our event and leave transformed. We encourage you to come for a week or more; 3 days for the conference and festival and additional days afterwards to explore the Mt Shasta area with new friends and attend more in-depth workshops provided by our presenters.
DISCOVER YOUR SELF HERE !
The Best of Mt Shasta is produced by the Hayehwatha Institute,
a nonprofit 501c3 organization located in Mount Shasta