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Alturas, Modoc County, and National Forest Information

Alturas is located in Modoc County (of which it is the county seat) northeast of Redding between the Oregon state line and Susanville along US Highway 395 near the Big Sage Reservoir and Goose Lake.

Modoc County was created February 17, 1874, from an eastern section of Siskiyou county. It derived its name from a fierce Indian tribe which lived at the Pit River headwaters. One historian suggests that the word modoc means "the head of the river." Another states that the word is derived from the Klamath word moatakni meaning "southerners," i.e., the people living south of the Klamath tribe.

Modoc is considered the last frontier in California, unspoiled, unpolluted and uncrowded. The elevation of the County ranges from 4,000 ft. (valley floor) to almost 10,000 ft. (the peak of the Warner Mountains).
The average annual precipitation is 16-18 inches. Modoc has four distinct seasons; Summers are mild, 90 degrees is considered a heat wave. Fall brings vibrant color changes to the native foliage and the duck, goose & crane migrations are spectacular sights. Winters are cold but dry, with many sunny days, making it pleasant to be outdoors. It will freeze, and we may (if we're lucky) get some snow. Spring in Modoc is always a favorite of our family. The wildflowers start blooming in March and with all the varieties, you will see wildflowers through August.
The county seat is the city of Alturas, the population is approximately 3,500+/-. Centrally located in the county, Alturas has all of the ancillary services and conveniences: i.e. a hospital, doctors, dentists, opticians, chiropractors, banks, a live/movie theater, shopping, restaurants, groceries, dry goods, hardware, lumber, electronics & etc. We don't have: malls, traffic lights, gridlock, freeways or gangs.
Approximately 90% of Modoc consists of National Forest, Wilderness Preserve, Wildlife Refuges, State and B.L.M. Lands. With just under one million acres, Modoc National Forest is one of the Nations largest National Forest holdings. If you enjoy any outdoor recreation, Modoc is a giant playground available for you.



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