Northern California’s Natural Waterslide – Little Backbone Creek on Shasta Lake
The Little Backbone Creek natural waterslide on Shasta Lake has become a top destination for NorCal adventurers on sunny days. The smooth waterfall is the ultimate natural waterpark in the area. You can either hikeÂ or use a kayak to access the waterslide.
The scenic 20-minuteÂ hike up to the waterslide is reason enough to make a trip if youâ€™re in the area. Bringing a waterproof camera along with you is never a bad idea. Not to mentionÂ you can spend an entireÂ summer day enjoying plunges into the refreshing creek below the slide.
See what it’s like to slide down this epic waterfall:
Here is what a day spent at the waterslide is like:
Directions from the Lake:Â Little Backbone Creek is across from Digger Bay. Head into the inlet,Â go all the way to the back until you hit the creek and anchor. Hike up the creek, which is in a canyon. You’ll pass a series of crystal clear ponds and boulders. It takes about 20 minutes to get to the waterslide. Use caution as rocks are slippery and conditions differ from season to season and year to year.
This shows how to Kayak there, is there another way?
Can someone let us know if this location is accessible walking and not taking a kayak or boat?
did you find hike or road route?
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