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Surrounded by the Trinity Alps & Marble Mountains

Scott Valley is the starting point for wilderness Adventures. The Pacific Crest Trail draws backpackers and hikers from all over the world. Llama and mule trips into The Marble Mountain and Trinity Alps Wilderness provide serenity, and the true wilderness experience. Wildlife viewing is optimal including black bear in their natural habitat. An abundance of alpine lakes provide fishing, swimming access and petrogliphs mark the ancient rocky terrain. Come explore Scott Valley and venture into a wilderness outing that you'll never forget!

Fort Jones ~ Originally a stage stop/tavern on the stage route between Yreka and the old town of Shasta, in Shasta County, the town was first called Wheelock after its founder. The town had several other names including Scottsburg and Scottsville. The military fort, called Fort Jones, which was operated from 1852 to 1857 was named after Colonel Roger Jones, Adjutant General of the Army. The Fort, which was located a few miles from the town, was abandoned in 1857 leaving only its name.
The Marble Valley

Fort Jones Cattle Drive May 2010

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