Nestled approximately 17.7 miles north-northeast of the majestic Chico city is the petite community of Cohasset. Authentically a mountain community, Cohasset is elevated at a height of 2828 feet above sea level and its history dates back to the mid-19th century when local lumber and farming operations sprang to power. As the early 10th century approached, Cohasset became popular for its apples. The Cohasset Ridge provides an experiential occupancy sequence right from the aborigine Indians to the early lumbermen, orchardists and farmers to the current residents. The Ridge is also located near the largest city of Butte County, Chico affording mutual benefits to both, the Chico city and Cohasset town. An attractively enticing jewel of the Butte County!