Deals in Shasta Lake

75-Minute Aroma Oil Massage at Kristina's Healing Touch Massage Therapy (50% Off)

Kristina's Massage Therapy

Redding

Full-body massage with essential aromatherapy oils; 75 minutes includes facial, foot, and scalp massage

$125 $63

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Two 60-Minute Aroma Oil Massages at Redding Massage and Spa (50% Off)

Redding Massage And Spa - Elizabeth Konijn

Redding

Relax for an hour while your senses come alive through aromatherapy.

$120 $60

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Half Set of Eyelash Extensions at Pistol Lash (50% Off)

Pistol Lash

Redding

From the merchant: Certified Lash Artist applies individual Lash Extensions with a medical grade glue to each of your natural lashes.

$100 $50

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60-Minute Massage from Relaxing Hands Massage (49% Off)

Relaxing Hands Massage

Redding

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$75 $38

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$6 One Eyebrow-Threading Session at Beauty By Thread ($10 Value)

Beauty By Thread

Multiple Locations

Threading artists wield nonirritating cotton thread to tidy brows and create precise arches

$10 $6

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Haircut and Style with Optional Color or Highlights and Blow-Dry at Chateau Cheveux Salon (Up to 56% Off)

Chateau Cheveux Salon

Chico

Stylist trims hair and enlivens looks with a single-process color or vibrant highlights

$35 $17

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Gel Manicures, Mani-Pedis, or Acrylics at Islands Massage & Nail Spa (Up to 63% Off). Five Options Available.

Islands Massage & Nail Spa

Chico

Certified technician applies long-lasting gel polish, normal polish, or acrylics to nails during manicures and pedicures

$35 $15

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One or Two Spa Packages with 30-Minute Reflexology Session and Facial Peel at Body Resort (Up to 65% Off)

Body Resort

Chico

Spa promotes relaxation with 30-minute reflexology sessions and facial peels that brighten skin

$170 $67

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Women's Haircut with Conditioning Treatment from Downtown Salon and Gallery (55% Off)

Downtown Salon & Gallery

Chico

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$60 $27

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Five miles north of the resort, a web of hiking trails meanders through the conifer forests and wildflower meadows of Mount Shasta, whose summit towers 14,162 feet above sea level. Hikers can take to the Black Butte Trail—a moderately steep climb—which originates on Everitt Memorial Highway amid an aromatic cluster of pine and cedar trees. About halfway up the rocky 2.5-mile trail, Black Butte unveils a sprawling, westerly view of Mount Eddy, and at this relatively level vista point, hikers often set down their wooden walking sticks and jugs of water to marvel at the Shasta valley glistening below. Within the small clapboard structure that houses the Sisson Museum, permanent exhibits showing off collections of Native American basketry and antique mountaineering artifacts illuminate Mount Shasta's eclectic culture. Families walk through the fish hatchery adjacent to the building, peering into the long, narrow ponds harboring rainbow and brown trout before moving on to the property's three kids' fishing ponds. There, amid rolling coolers and green mesh nets, parents bait hooks for jumping children eager to reel in shiny silver trout, and volunteers stroll the dirt perimeters taking photos of little ones' catches.In downtown Mount Shasta, The Goat Tavern indulges an eclectic crowd with hearty burgers and a beer list scrawled on a chalkboard. Tattooed motorcycle crews sit alongside couples in cardigans on the outdoor dining deck, which is perched above the area's main drag. Waitresses parade through, balancing dishes laden with spicy chicken sandwiches and piles of fragrant garlic fries.

1000 Siskiyou Lake Blvd
Mount Shasta,
CA
US

If climbing a mountain were a walk in the park, parks would be a lot more exciting. But climbing requires important safety knowledge, special equipment, and careful planning. That's why the folks at SWS Mountain Guides have set out to create an experience that allows all of their clients to focus on the climbing while they take care of the planning, equipment, and know-how it takes to make a journey great. Offering climbs on both Mount Shasta and Mount Whitney, adventurers learn about ice axes and crampons, basic mountaineering skills, and what to do in the event they discover a lonesome yeti. If local climbs aren't adventurous enough, SWS also organizes expeditions to Peru, Africa, and several of the world's highest peaks in Nepal.

210 E Lake St.
Mount Shasta,
CA
US

Occupying the former Medo-Bel Creamery building, Mount Shasta Brewing Company takes its name from the mighty peak that rises out of its backyard. But that's hardly its only tie to the region. The brewery takes so much pride in its Weed location that it received permission to name its first beer Abner Weed amber ale, after the town's founder. Mount Shasta's owner and founder, Vaune Dillmann, followed with five more year-round beers, including the Shastafarian porter, Lemurian lager, and even a jalape?o-infused ale, as well as a selection of seasonal brews.

360 College Ave.
Weed,
CA
US

Occupying the former Medo-Bel Creamery building, Mount Shasta Brewing Company takes its name from the mighty peak that rises out of its backyard. But that's hardly its only tie to the region. The brewery takes so much pride in its Weed location that it received permission to name its first beer Abner Weed amber ale, after the town's founder. Mount Shasta's owner and founder, Vaune Dillmann, followed with five more year-round beers, including the Shastafarian porter, Lemurian lager, and even a jalape?o-infused ale, as well as a selection of seasonal brews.

360 College Avenue
Weed,
CA
US

Nestled in the heart of Mount Shasta, Strawberry Valley Inn boasts luxurious rooms, a homey atmosphere, and a hoard of mountain activities. Glide through flower gardens while approaching the tree-flanked and stone-lined outer walls of the Inn. Inside the rocky facade, Strawberry Valley’s suites are redolent with luxury and romantic accommodation. Down comforters provide pillowy body burritos, while cable TV, iPod docking stations, and an in-room fireplace blend the best of modern technology with old world mood lighting. For the final touch, Strawberry Valley Inn ignites the romantic formula with the application of rose petals (a $10 value), chocolates (a $10 value), and a bottle of Chandon champagne (a $49 value).

1142 S Mt
Mount Shasta,
CA
US

Nestled at the foot of the northern California peak that shares its name, the town of Mount Shasta landed on the map in the 19th century thanks to fur traders and gold-rush miners. Railroads and timber exports brought in more workers, and as it was the only non-dry town in the area, it became known as a lumberjack party spot. Today, Mount Shasta maintains that outdoor-recreation identity, hosting year-round activities such as backcountry skiing, river rafting, and mountain climbing. Many day trips are available through The Woodsman Hotel, which rents kayaks for hitting the high mountain lakes nearby and mounted binoculars for spotting the area’s bald eagles and peregrine falcons. Hotel guides can take visitors onto the nearby Upper Sacramento, McCloud, and Trinity Rivers to fish for catfish, smallmouth bass, german brown trout, and more.The Woodsman Hotel guides can also take you on hikes through some of Mount Shasta's sacred sites. Led by a certified hypnotherapist, the vision-quest tours—sometimes limited to one or two people—focus on the mountain's spiritual energy with meditations, selected poetry readings, and stories about local myths and history.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

1121 South Mount Shasta Boulevard
Mount Shasta,
CA
US