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Bucket List For Redding And Shasta Cascade


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this Majestic Region for Once-In-A-Lifetime Adventures

As America's baby boomers enter their retirement years, many focus their attention on attacking what has become known as the "bucket list." This generation is wealthier, healthier, and more adventurous than ever, and looking for interesting ways to overcome fears, realize dreams, and experience simple pleasures. From exploring an alpine forest or qualifying for the Boston Marathon, to riding a dog sled or catching a glimpse of wild horses, Redding and Shasta Cascade offer bucket list boomers a chance to check a few off the list, while also enjoying other adventures in this majestic region.

Travelers are in for fun and adventure when they explore the area 2 hours north of Sacramento and 3 hours northeast of San Francisco. Located at the northern end of the Sacramento Valley, Redding is the hub city in this incredibly vast region, and offers great dining, events, lodging, and entertainment. Found at the crossroads of Interstate 5 and California State Routes 299 and 44, straddling the great Sacramento River, Redding is a fantastic base camp for exploration in Shasta Cascade.

For a list of the 15 most popular Redding and Shasta Cascade Bucket List Contenders, visit http://www.visitredding.com/travelprofessionals&media/media/pressreleases .

 

About Shasta Cascade: Covering an area roughly the size of Ireland, the Shasta Cascade region is the perfect place to get back to nature, relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Comprised of eight historic and rural counties famous for starting the gold rush, this majestic region of northeastern California is abundantly scattered with lakes, rivers, mountains and historic mining towns and includes four National Parks, six National Forests and seven CA State Parks offering unforgettable fun and adventure. For more information or to request a visitor's guide visit www.shastacascade.com .

About Redding, CA: Located at the northern end of the Sacramento Valley, Redding is the hub city in Shasta Cascade, an incredibly historic and vast rural region offering a plethora of outdoor adventure, dining, events, lodging and entertainment. For more information or to order a visitor's guide visit www.visitredding.com .
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