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The walks cover one to two miles of moderately strenuous terrain and they don’t follow a trail—the hike is an off-trail exploration through the forests near the Visitor Center more

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If you hike up Lassen Peak during the right time of year, you will encounter literally millions of butterflies more

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With the recent precipitation we have seen in NorCal, it has been a mental process of quickly putting the summer behind us and look forward to winter activities more

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When Ryan Loughrey tried to summit Lassen's Brokeoff Mountain during a snowstorm, he learned a lesson in determination and safety more

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We walked the trail at the top, and took in the views of Lassen Peak, the Fantastic Lava Beds, Painted Dunes, Butte Lake and Snag Lake more

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The full moon is coming on September 6th more

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While Kings Creek Falls stands tall and shouts its glory as the largest falls in Lassen, Cold Boiling Lake quietly bubbles in a lazy meadow more

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Hiking Lassen Peak was on my summer bucket list and it was the perfect day to cross it off the list more

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A desolate hike with a 75-foot waterfall and a beautiful lake more

There’s something powerful in standing atop a 10,000-foot high mountain under the light of the full moon. more

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The day has finally come… Lassen Volcanic National Park opens its road to through traffic and we couldn’t be more excited! more

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In order to celebrate the Lassen road opening, we decided put together our 10 favorite activities to do in Lassen Volcanic National Park during the summer. more

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It's hard to beat the experience you get when you're standing at the summit of a significant mountain, especially when it's an active volcano more

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It's one of the most recognizable, as well as most popular, swimming holes in NorCal more

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This is officially the latest in the summer the Lassen Park road has opened since 1980 more

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Spring is in full-swing which means you're ready to pop-up your tents, put on your mosquito repellent and sleep under the stars more

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Lassen Volcanic National Park is still working on plowing the roads of the park, making this the second latest the park has opened its road since 1980. more

Join park rangers, astronomers, and astrobiologists in celebrating all that is out of this world during Lassen's Dark Sky Festival more

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Be sure to send in your comments on the fee hike to Lassen NPS before the end of the month more

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Bumpass Hell was named after Kendall Bumpass, who lost his leg after falling into a boiling mud pot in 1865. more

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