[ ʃˈastə], [ ʃˈastə], [ ʃ_ˈa_s_t_ə]
How to use "Shasta" in context?
Shasta is a mountain range in Northern California. The range stretches from the Klamath Mountains in the south, to the Cascade Range in the north. The highest peak in the range, Mount Shasta, is 10,163 feet (3,052 meters) tall. The range is bisected by Interstate 5. Part of the Cascade Range, Shasta is mostly forested, but has a number of significant lakes, including Shasta Lake and Siskiyou Lake. The high altitude and harsh climate has caused the mountain range to be sparsely populated.
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