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Building a quinzee is fun, fairly easy, and requires very few tools to complete. Spending a weekend building a quinzee is both an awesome winter adventure and a great way to learn a new outdoor skill. Knowing how to build an emergency quinzee could potentially save your life if you’re ever stranded in a cold weather environment and have lost your way.

 

REQUIRED TOOLS ARE MATERIALS:

  • Shovel
  • Depth gauge – a sturdy stick will work
  • 10-20 1.5 foot long sticks
  • Winter jacket
  • Snow pants
  • Gloves
  • Winter boots
  • Toque
  • Sleeping bag – if you plan on sleeping in the quinzee
  • Sleeping pad
  • Dry clothes to sleep in
  • Snow!

 

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Image 1: Anderson and our Quinzee

 

STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

Step 1: Create a large dome of snow.

The first step when building a quinzee is to determine how much snow you have to work with.  A depth gauge (or sturdy stick) is best to check how deep the snow is in your construction area.  You will need to build a mound of snow 5-7 feet high so the amount of snow in the area may affect the size of quinzee you can construct. When marking out the size of the quinzee the length should be 4 feet longer than the tallest person, and width large enough to fit the amount of people you have, including the wall thickness. The quinzee walls will be approximately 1.5 feet wide.   For two people a circular base with a 10 foot diameter results in a nice spacious quinzee. Once you have marked out the base of the quinzee, shovel snow into a mound 5-7 feet tall. After completing the mound walk on top of the dome to help pack the snow down, this will help provide structural integrity to the walls and roof.

 

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Image 2: Mattson shovelling
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Image 3: The completed dome of snow

 

Step 2: Insert sticks into quinzee walls.

Take 10-20 1.5 ft. long sticks and insert them into the dome. Evenly space the sticks out every one to two feet. These will act as depth gauges when hollowing out the inside of the quinzee.

 

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Image 4: Quinzee construction diagram

 

Step 3: Let it sit.

Let the pile of snow sit for 90 minutes to two hours. This will allow the snow to sinter together and solidify, giving the walls more strength.

Step 4: Hollow out the inside.

After letting the dome sit it is time to hollow out the inside. Start by digging out the door on the lowest side of the mound. This will allow the cold air to exit and hopefully prevent heat from escaping. You want the door to be as small as possible to keep the heat in.

Dig out the main area of the quinzee until you can see the sticks poking through. When you find a stick it means the wall in that area is 1.5 feet thick. Keep hollowing out the inside until you have found all of your sticks and the inside of the quinzee has a dome shape. (Having someone outside the quinzee clearing snow away from the entrance as you hollow out the inside saves time and makes construction A LOT easier)

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Image 5: Anderson working on the door
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Image 6: Hollowing out the inside of the quinzee

 

Step 5: Create a sleeping platform.

When clearing out the interior keep in mind that cold air sinks and hot air rises. This concept is very relevant and noticeable when in a quinzee. Building a level, elevated sleeping platform with a small trench in the middle will help the cold air flow out the door.

 

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Image 7: Sleeping platform diagram

Step 6: Create air holes.

Once you’ve built your sleeping platform, remove all the sticks from the roof and walls. These holes will act as ventilation holes to allow fresh oxygen to enter the quinzee and carbon dioxide to escape. This step is very important as it is possible to suffocate in a quinzee if there is not enough air exchange. There should be roughly 10-15 holes with the thickness of a broomstick.

Bonus Step: Add a fireplace.

Though not totally necessary a fire pit can be added inside the quinzee. If you want to add a section for a fire pit, add a little bit of extra snow when building your mound and note where it is using sticks. Once you’ve hollowed out you fireplace area, make a hole at the top of it about the size of your fist to act as a chimney.

 

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Image 8: Quinzee fireplace

Final Step: Get Cozy.

Your quinzee in now complete. Setup your sleeping bags on sleeping pads and use a candle or lantern for light. You can build shelves into the walls or put a bent stick into the roof to hang things from. When you go to sleep, put a backpack or clothes in the entrance to block the door and help keep as much heat in as you can.

 

Important: When building the quinzee you will sweat.  Once you have finished construction change into warm dry clothes to prevent hypothermia.

 

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Image 9: Bedtime in the quinzee

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McCloud Falls is a fun place for the whole family and is only 30 minutes east of the town of Mount Shasta. It’s a great daily getaway location for locals, and it’s not too far off the main drag if you’re driving through. McCloud Falls is a short 4 mile hike along the stunning McCloud River. It includes three different waterfalls and there is a campground if you plan to stay for more than a day. If you’re driving south on the I-5, you have to make the stop at McCloud Falls and enjoy the scenery.

ADVENTURE STATISTICS

Time Required: 2 Hours

Location: 25 miles east of Mount Shasta

Distance: 4 miles return trip (can be hiked or driven)

Highest Elevation: 300 feet

Difficulty: 3/10

Season: May to October are ideal, but McCloud Falls can be visited year-round

Additional Requirements: N/A

 

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Image 1: Mattson at Middle Falls

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Mt Shasta:  Head south on Mt. Shasta Blvd, take a left on CA-89 (Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway) and follow that highway for 15.5 miles. Take a right off that highway onto Fowler’s Public Camp Rd. You will see a sign saying “Fowler/Lower Falls” on the highway. Follow it for about a mile down to the Lower Falls parking lot. There will be signs directing you to the Upper and Middle Falls if you want to drive to them from Lower Falls.

 

WHAT TO BRING

  • Comfortable Footwear: Always nice to have comfortable footwear.
  • Water: In the summer months this area can be very warm. It is important to stay hydrated.
  • Snacks: Bring some of your favorite snacks to enjoy along the hike as well as a light lunch for when you arrive at the falls.  Some of our favorite snacks are trail mix, bananas, beef jerky and licorice.
  • Weather appropriate clothing: If it’s a hot day, bring a swim suit. If you like cliff jumping, bring some water shoes to break the surface tension of the water. The Middle Falls is a great location for cliff jumping and usually quite popular in the summer.
  • Beer: Beer and a lawn chair. It isn’t uncommon to see people unfold a lawn chair and crack a cold one on the rocks at the Lower Falls. It’s a great place to relax and spend time with friends and family.
  • Sunscreen: If it is sunny and you’re like Mattson, who easily burns, bring sunscreen!
  • Insect Repellent: Insect repellent can greatly improve your hiking experience.
  • Bear Spray: You are in bear country. Always hike with bear spray that is easily accessible.
  • Camping Gear: If you plan on camping, bring a tent, sleeping bag, cooking gear etc.
  • Camera: There are numerous photo opportunities you won’t want to miss.
  • This Guide: Print a copy of this guide to reference throughout the hike

 

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

Wildlife: You will be hiking in bear country.  It is always advisable to check in at the local Visitor Information Center to learn of any trail closures due to wildlife.  Carry bear spray in an easily accessible location.  Travel in groups of multiple hikers and make lots of noise to avoid an unexpected encounter.

 

Camping Permits: Fowlers Campground has a ton of very well kept campsites with lots of activities and amenities in the area.  Here is a link if you’d like to book a spot.

https://www.recreation.gov/camping/fowlers-campground/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=149640

 

Leave No Trace: It is important that we enjoy the outdoors responsibly and sustainably.  Some key principles to consider when hiking to “Leave No Trace” are:

  • Plan ahead and prepare: Proper planning allows adventurers to hike safely while minimizing damage to the land.
  • Travel on durable surfaces: Stick to the trail when possible. If there is no trail, or you must travel off trail, stay on durable surfaces to reduce your impact.
  • Dispose of waste properly: Pack it in, pack it out.
  • Leave what you find: Leave rocks, plants, archaeological artifacts and other objects of interest as you find them.
  • Respect wildlife: Observe wildlife from a distance. Never feed wild animals.
  • Be considerate of other visitors: Be courteous to others to allow everyone to enjoy their outdoor experience.

To learn more about “Leave No Trace” visit http://www.leavenotrace.ca

 

HIKING DIRECTIONS

Summary: McCloud falls is a very straightforward hike easy enough for anyone to enjoy. Our guide outlines the hike starting from Lower Falls, and continuing to both Middle and Upper Falls.  Alternatively, there are roads with parking lots at each falls, so another option is to drive to each of the falls separately.

 

McCloud Falls Adventure Map - California - Epic Trip Adventures
Image 2: McCloud Falls Adventure Map

 

 

Step-By-Step Guide:

This hike is very easy, straightforward and can be done by almost all skill level of hiker. Starting at the Lower Falls (Route marker #1 on the map), follow the paved trail up along the river. You will pass the Fowler’s Campground Area and the paved trail will end and turn into a dirt trail.  The distance between the Lower and Middle Falls is roughly one mile. Depending on your adventurousness/skill level, you could also rock hop your way along the river from the Lower Falls to the Middle Falls.

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Image 3: Lower Falls

In our opinion, the Middle Falls (Route marker #2 on the map) is the most exciting of the three. At about 50 feet high and twice that in width, Middle Falls is the biggest by far. This is a great location for a swim on a hot day, or to go cliff jumping if you’re looking for an adrenaline rush. Always make sure to check the depth of the water before cliff jumping! In the winter months it is too cold to swim but the falls are still very worth checking out.  Middle Falls can be viewed from the lookout point up top, or you can make your way down a steep trail to view the falls closer up. Both areas provide spectacular vantage points.

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Image 4: Middle Falls
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Image 5: Bird’s-eye View of Middle Falls

Upper Falls can be reached by following the railing from the lookout point at Middle Falls. Along the way you will hike through some trees and be treated to views of the McCloud River Canyon below.  As you hike, look back towards the Northwest and you may be able to catch a glimpse of Mount Shasta poking through the trees.  After about 10-15 minutes, you will come to the Upper Falls pouring out of a narrow gorge into a pool below (Route marker #3 on the map). The pool is surrounded by immense rock walls on either side. The Upper Falls and river gorge can also be viewed from above as you continue following the trail.

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Image 6: Upper Falls

This is a very straightforward hike easy enough for anyone to enjoy. There is also the option to drive to and from each of the falls, and there are wheelchair accessible paths from each parking lot to the waterfall lookout points. In the summer months the falls can be busy and it can be difficult to find parking.  This makes making the hike between the falls the more attractive option.

Whichever way you choose to experience McCloud Falls, we hope you enjoy it, and we hope this guide helps you along the way!

 

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The city of Mount Shasta is located in Northern California at the base of one of the largest volcanoes in the state. Mount Shasta is a must visit location in California with endless outdoor activities including hiking, biking, fishing, and camping.

 

ADVENTURE STATISTICS

Location: 62 miles north of Redding, CA

Highest Elevation: Mount Shasta’s elevation is 14,179 feet

Difficulty: Varied depending on the adventure activities you choose!

Season: June to mid-October as there is snow in the winter

Additional Requirements: Bikes are nice to have when exploring Siskiyou Lake.

 

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Image 1: Mount Shasta

 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

To Mount Shasta Hiking Trails from the I-5 South: Take exit 740 onto Mount Shasta Blvd to enter the city of Mount Shasta. Then turn left onto Ski Village Drive and take a quick right to stay on Ski Village Drive. In 0.8 miles turn left onto Everitt Memorial Hwy and follow that road to the hiking trailhead of your choice.

To Lake Siskiyou from the I-5 South: Take exit 738 as you drive through the town of Mount Shasta and turn right onto W Lake Street. Turn left at S Old Stage Road and follow the road as it makes a slight right onto W A Barr Road. After about 2 miles you cross the Wagon Creek Bridge and will find a parking lot on the lake side.

 

WHAT TO BRING

  • Comfortable Footwear: Hiking shoes or winter boots in case there is snow on the mountain.
  • Water: Always smart to bring water when you are hiking.
  • Snacks: Bring some of your favorite snacks to enjoy along the hike as well as a light lunch for when you arrive at the falls.  Some of our favorite snacks are trail mix, bananas, beef jerky and licorice.
  • Weather appropriate clothing: Depending on the time of year, you may want shorts and a T-shirt or some winter clothing. Check the weather forecast and plan accordingly.
  • Mountain Bikes: If you have a bike, the trail around Lake Siskiyou is a pleasant pedal with exceptional views of Mount Shasta in the distance.
  • Sunscreen: If it is sunny and you’re like Mattson, who easily burns, bring sunscreen!
  • Insect Repellent: Insect repellent can greatly improve your hiking experience.
  • Bear Spray: You are in bear country. Always hike with bear spray that is easily accessible.
  • Camera: There are numerous photo opportunities you won’t want to miss.
  • This Guide: Print a copy of this guide to reference throughout the hike

 

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

Wildlife: You will be hiking in bear country.  It is always advisable to check in at the local Visitor Information Center to learn of any trail closures due to wildlife.  Carry bear spray in an easily accessible location.  Travel in groups of multiple hikers and make lots of noise to avoid an unexpected encounter.

Leave No Trace: It is important that we enjoy the outdoors responsibly and sustainably.  Some key principles to consider when hiking to “Leave No Trace” are:

  • Plan ahead and prepare: Proper planning allows adventurers to hike safely while minimizing damage to the land.
  • Travel on durable surfaces: Stick to the trail when possible. If there is no trail, or you must travel off trail, stay on durable surfaces to reduce your impact.
  • Dispose of waste properly: Pack it in, pack it out.
  • Leave what you find: Leave rocks, plants, archaeological artifacts and other objects of interest as you find them.
  • Respect wildlife: Observe wildlife from a distance. Never feed wild animals.
  • Be considerate of other visitors: Be courteous to others to allow everyone to enjoy their outdoor experience.

To learn more about “Leave No Trace” visit http://www.leavenotrace.ca

 

HIKING DIRECTIONS

Summary: Mount Shasta is an area with many opportunities for adventure. We were only able to spend one day in Mount Shasta but you could easily fill a few days there. We have attached a link below that includes a thorough description of all of the available hikes and other activities to do in the area.

https://visitmtshasta.com/activities/hiking-backpacking/

 

The remainder of this guide describes our day at Mount Shasta and the recommendations we have, for the activities we did.

Mount Shasta Adventure Map - California - Epic Trip Adventures
Image 2: Mount Shasta Adventure Map

 

 

One day in Mount Shasta:

Our initial goal was to summit Mount Shasta but due to the time of year, and the amount of snow, this was not a possibility.  Instead we decided to head for a leisurely bike ride around Lake Siskiyou before driving up Mount Shasta as far as the winter roads would allow.

Some of the best views of Mount Shasta come from the southwest shore of Lake Siskiyou. We left the city of Mount Shasta (Route marker #1 on the map) and parked in a parking lot on the southeast edge of the lake (Route marker #2 on the map). There is a well maintained 7 mile trail that runs through the trees and loops around the lake. The trail has minimal elevation gain and can be walked or biked.  In the winter, if there is snow, the trail is used for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. As you travel around the lake there are breaks in the trees that provide stunning views of Mount Shasta in the distance.

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Image 3: Biking around Lake Siskiyou
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Image 4: Mount Shasta from Lake Siskiyou

After soaking in the views from the lake we drove back through the city and up the mountain for a short hike off the Bunny Flat Trailhead (Route marker #3 on the map). The roads up to Bunny Flats are plowed year round and in the winter this is as high as you can reach by vehicle. We did our trip in November and there was a fresh 8-10 inches of snow at the Bunny Flats parking lot!

The Bunny Flat Trailhead is at 6950 feet and there is hours of hiking that begin from this point. Our hike was only about an hour due to the amount of snow, but the views were incredible. We lucked out and had a very clear day with blue skies and the sun shining.

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Image 5: Anderson on Mount Shasta
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Image 4: Mattson hiking through the snow

Mount Shasta is an area filled with adventure opportunities and beautiful scenery.  It is a bit off the beaten track but totally worth spending a few days in!

 

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Image 7: Anderson hanging out at Lake Siskiyou

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If you’ve made the trip all the way to Hawaii, South Point and Green Sand Beach have to be on your list of places to go. Green Sand Beach is a small bay surrounded by cliffs with beautiful green and black sand to relax on. It is fairly secluded, not usually that busy and has very clear blue water. For the thrill seekers, South Point is just down the road from Green Sand Beach and has a sheer 30ft cliff to jump off. The water below is unbelievably clear on a calm day.

 

 

ADVENTURE STATISTICS

Time Required: 4-5 hour if hiking in.

Location: 1.5 hours south of Kailua-Kona

Distance: 8km round trip

Difficulty: 5/10 – If hiking. Otherwise it’s a simple ride in your 4WD vehicle.

Season: Year round

Additional Requirements: 4WD Vehicle

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Kailua-Kona: Head south on Highway 11 (Ali’i Hwy) for roughly 53 miles until you reach South Point Road (South Point Road is between the 69 and 70 mile markers). Take a right and follow that road another 10.8 miles to the Greensand Beach trailhead. To get to South Point, head back the way you came on South Point Road and take your first left after about 0.2 miles. Follow this road to South Point.

From Hilo: Head south from Hilo on the Highway 11 for about 62 miles until you reach South Point Road (South Point Road is between the 69 and 70 mile markers). Take a left and follow that road another 10.8 miles to the Greensand Beach trailhead. To get to South Point, head back the way you came on South Point Road and take your first left after about 0.2 miles. Follow this road to South Point.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Comfortable Footwear: Hiking shoes if you’re walking to Green Sand Beach. Water shoes are also nice to have because they are easy to wash off in the water when they get sandy. They also might help protect your feet from slapping the water if you cliff jump at South Point.
  • Water: If you’re hiking to Green Sand Beach, it will be very hot so it’s important to stay hydrated.
  • Snacks: Bring some of your favorite snacks to enjoy along the hike as well as a light lunch. Some of our favorite snacks are trail mix, bananas, beef jerky and licorice.
  • Sunscreen: If it is sunny and you’re like Mattson, who easily burns, bring sunscreen!
  • Swimming Suit: Both Green Sand Beach and South Point are excellent places to cool off in the water. Don’t forget your trunks.
  • 4WD Vehicle: The hike to Green Sand is long, flat, and hot! It’s a lot more fun in a vehicle. Unfortunately, the road is pretty rough so if you don’t have 4WD you won’t be able to drive in.
  • Snorkel Gear: The water is beautifully clear at Green Sand Beach, if you enjoy snorkeling and watching the fish, bring your goggles.
  • Camera: There are numerous photo opportunities you won’t want to miss.
  • This Guide: Print a copy of this guide to reference throughout the hike

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

Currents: If you choose to jump off the cliffs at South Point, keep in mind that the area surrounding the cliffs has a reputation for having very strong currents. Don’t jump if you aren’t a strong swimmer, or the water looks rough.

Wind: You will probably notice many large windmills as you drive in. The south point of the Big Island is very windy and generates a lot of natural power for the people of Hawaii. Be careful when walking near any cliff edges as an unexpected gust of wind could throw you off balance.

Cliff Jumping: Cliff Jumping can be a lot of fun, but it can also be very dangerous. Be sensible and make educated decisions when deciding whether or not to cliff jump. Never jump without inspecting the water below. Know your limits. Do not try flips if you are not confident in your special awareness and acrobatics. Always land feet first.

4WD Tips: Drive slow and smart. Approach all hills as straight and head on as possible. The best way to not get stuck is to drive slow but not stop.

Leave No Trace: It is important that we enjoy the outdoors responsibly and sustainably. Some key principles to consider when hiking to “Leave No Trace” are:

  • Plan ahead and prepare: Proper planning allows adventurers to hike safely while minimizing damage to the land.
  • Travel on durable surfaces: Stick to the trail when possible. If there is no trail, or you must travel off trail, stay on durable surfaces to reduce your impact.
  • Dispose of waste properly: Pack it in, pack it out.
  • Leave what you find: Leave rocks, plants, archaeological artifacts and other objects of interest as you find them.
  • Respect wildlife: Observe wildlife from a distance. Never feed wild animals.
  • Be considerate of other visitors: Be courteous to others to allow everyone to enjoy their outdoor experience.

To learn more about “Leave No Trace” visit http://www.leavenotrace.ca

HIKING DIRECTIONS

Summary: A day trip to South Point is a must do when on the Big Island. Green Sand Beach is one of the most unique beaches on the big island and if you are a daredevil South Point has the best cliff jumping on the island.

Green Sand Beach And South Point Adventure Map - Hawaii Big Island - Epic Trip Adventures
Image 1: Green Sand Beach And South Point Adventure Map

 

Step-By-Step Guide:

Green Sand Beach is just past the turn for South Point on South Point Road. If you are hiking to the beach, find parking in the parking area (Route marker #1 on the map). From the parking area either 4WD or hike east along the coastline with the ocean on your right side. There is a bumpy dirt road that will take you 2.5 miles to the beach (Route marker #2 on the map). It isn’t hard to find the beach, just a long grueling hike. If you are lucky, maybe someone with a pickup might stop and offer a ride.

 

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Image 2: Driving to Green Sand Beach

Once you reach Green Sand Beach there is a railing with stairs that take you down to the water. The beach here gets its name from the unique green tinted sand. The cliffs on the east side of the bay are also very interesting to explore.

We do not recommend jumping off any cliffs here. The water is shallow and there aren’t many safe places for jumping.

 

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Image 3: Green Sand Beach
Green Sand Beach - Hawaii Big Island - Epic Trip Adventures
Image 4: Exploring the cliffs at Green Sand Beach

To get to South Point head back to South Point Road and take your first left. The road will take you to a parking area at South Point (Route marker #3 on the map). When you arrive at South Point, you’ll see old hoist assemblies that were once used to raise and lower small boats into the water. There is a metal ladder hanging from the cliff that you can use to climb up after jumping into the water. Be mindful of ocean currents. The waters around South Point are a remarkable demonstration of the ocean’s power. Only jump where the hoist is. This area is protected by land from the strong currents coming westward.

Also note that the area where the hoist is located isn’t actually “the southern most part in the United States”. The actual southernmost point is a few hundred yards further south than the cliff jumping area.

 

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Image 5: Anderson cliff jumping at South Point

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