California - Old US 99 - Shasta-Trinity Forest

Former US 99, Shasta-Trinity National Forest

Photos follow my travel southward.

Sweetbrier Ridge is ahead as I head south on I-5 from Dunsmuir.

Onto an older alignment, Castle Crags are briefly visible to the west, and the other views are Flume Creek Ridge and again Sweetbrier.

The falls are Sweetbriar, not Sweetbrier, off I-5 Exit 723.

Falls Ave. connects to the falls from old US 99. Both photos look north along the Sacramento River.

Middle Ridge in the Trinity Mountains is ahead at Exit 721, and the other photos look east as I continue south on I-5 to connect segments of old US 99.

Along the traversable section of Shotgun Road heading south.

Photos from east to northeast, starting with a last look at Sweetbrier Ridge.

Looking north in Gibson, then eastern scenery to the south.

Facing north on Coyote Pass Road, a short old US 99 alignment.

South toward Sugarloaf and east from the southern dead-end of that alignment.

Starting looking east at Delta Point and Crane Mountain and ending looking south at Two Peak, a foothill of Sugarloaf.

McCardle Gulch is to the left north of I-5 Exit 707 and part of Sugarloaf is ahead south of there.

Continue south on old US 99 to Shasta Lake
Back north on old US 99 to Dunsmuir

Old US 99 road photos in Shasta-Trinity National Forest
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