Climb Mount Shasta with
SWS Mountain Guides
Commercial Use Permits
Sierra Wilderness Seminars Inc. dba SWS Mountain Guides, dba California Ski Guides dba California Rock Guides, California Backpacking Guides operates under Special Use Permits & Commercial Use Authorizations in the following public lands: Inyo National Forest / Shasta-Trinity National Forest / Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest / Eldorado National Forest / Stanislaus National Forest / Lassen Volcanic National Park / Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks / Alabama Hills Recreational Area / Others were appropriate
Mt. Shasta Climbing Guides
210 E Lake St, Mount Shasta, California 96067, United States
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