Things To Do In Lassen Volcanic Park

Bumpass Hell

Bumpass Hell is home to the largest concentration of hydrothermal features inside of the gorgeous Lassen Volcanic National Park.

Lassen Volcanic Park

Ridge Lakes Trail

Located inside Lassen Volcanic National Park, the Ridge Lakes Trail is a moderate trail that is located near Old Station, CA.

Manzanita Lake

Three hundred years ago, Manzanita Creek was dammed by a rock landslide from the northwest side of the Chaos Crags.

King’s Creek Falls

King’s Creek Falls is a well-known waterfall in Lassen Volcanic National Park and is a famous tourist attraction.

Devil’s Kitchen Trail

One of the best hiking trails in Lassen National Park is the Devil’s Kitchen Trail.

Lake Helen

Lake Helen is a glacial, or tarn lake, located in Lassen Volcanic National Park. It is situated about 2.600 feet west of the Bumpass Range.

Cinder Cone Trail

Butte Lake’s parking lot, you can expect a 2.4-mile hike to the base and a 4-mile hike to the summit on the Cinder Cone Trail.

The Painted Dunes

The Painted Dunes are multicolor pumice fields created by volcanic ash oxidation that have sculpted the Lassen National Park.

Echo Lake Trail

The 4.7-mile-long Echo Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that is located inside Lassen Volcanic National Park.

Mount Tehama

This stratovolcano is located in the Cascades and is the second tallest peak inside the national park.

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