Popular Trips in Lassen Volcanic National Park

Popular Trips in Lassen Volcanic National Park
Sign at the trailhead (Morgan Springs, California, United States) Photo
Mike looking at our target (Morgan Springs, California, United States) Photo
This is where we're going (Morgan Springs, California, United States) Photo
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Brokeoff Mountain (Lassen Volcanic National Park)
by Vaudesir on Sep 06, 2009
Morgan Springs, California, United States
7.2 miles
I initially wanted to climb up Lassen Peak but had to change my plans after learning that the trail was closed for the remaining of the year. Brokeoff Mountain seemed to be an interesting alternative. Less crowded, with great views, and considered to be the most strenuous of the featured hikes in the park, although it is short (7 miles return trip).It did not disappoint. The path goes through various type of...
Starting Point Photo
Lassen Peak Photo
Echo Lake. Photo
Autumn Colors, Echo Lake. Photo
Cluster Lakes Loop, Lassen Volcanic National Park
by steverod on Oct 10, 2009
Drakesbad, California, United States
0.0 miles
I wanted a mellow backpacking trip and this perfectly fit the bill. Drove up the night before, crashed in the Southwest Walk-In Campground, picked up a permit the next day, and set off from Summit Lake after oohing and aahing at Mount Lassen itself. Spent the night at Silver Lake and headed out the next day.The hike definitely has ups and downs but they are not that bad -- mostly you are...
IMG_3897 (Manzanita Lake, California, United States) Photo
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Bumpass Hell - Lassen Volcanic National Park
by chris on Jun 20, 2009
Manzanita Lake, California, United States
3.0 miles
We arrived pretty late in Lassen Volcanic National Park, but we secured a campsite for the night and decided to get in a quick hike before the sun went down.  We barely made it before sunset, but it was definitely worth it.  The snow was a bit slippery, but the hot sulfur pools were pretty neat.
trail (Manzanita Lake, California, United States) Photo
Brokeoff Mountain (Manzanita Lake, California, United States) Photo
Going up (Manzanita Lake, California, United States) Photo
View of Dumbass Hell (Manzanita Lake, California, United States) Photo
Bumpass Hell (Lassen Volcanic National Park)
by Vaudesir on Sep 07, 2009
Manzanita Lake
3.0 miles
Bumpass Hell is the must-visit area in the whole park. It features very impressive mudpots and hissing fumaroles.While accessible only through hiking, it is an easy 3 miles hike (return trip) very doable with young kids. The trailhead is right by the main park road and offers great views of Lassen Peak, Brokeoff Mountain and Mount Diller. It goes down slightly for a few hundred yards until it reaches the road again,...
IMG_3969 (Manzanita Lake, California, United States) Photo
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Lassen Peak - Lassen Volcanic National Park
by chris on Jun 20, 2009
Manzanita Lake, California, United States
4.8 miles
David and I woke up early today (6:45) to eat a cold oatmeal breakfast (our stove broke) and pack up our campsite before heading over to Lassen peak.  It was pretty cold when we got there, but we knew that we would get warm during out 2000ft elevation gain.  The snow was a but slippery, but we managed pretty well.  We climbed to the highest point we could and then decended into...
Along the trail (Drakesbad, California, United States) Photo
Small meadow (Drakesbad, California, United States) Photo
Horseshoe Lake (Drakesbad, California, United States) Photo
Joe on the trail (Drakesbad, California, United States) Photo
Lassen Nat Park Pack to Cinder Cone
by mercdog on Oct 07, 2008
29 miles
Joe and I decided to hike to the Cinder Cone in Lassen National Park. We had three days and did want to back track.. so we choose a loop route. We packed in about 12 miles from Summit Lake to Snag Lake, Friday afternoon. After leaving the trailhead, we didn't see anyone all day. When we arrived at Snag Lake we were definitely ready to stop for the...
Sulfer works Photo
Bumpass Hell Photo
South ridge of Lassen Peak Photo
Snow blasted Photo
Snowshoe to the summit of Mt Lassen
by AllenRbrts on Apr 16, 2010
Mineral, California, United States
11.4 miles
3 day snowshoe trip to the summit of Mt Lassen. Started at the southwest entrance to the park, generally following the road covered in 16' of snow. Camped near Lake Helen close to the summer trailhead to Mt Lassen.Next day had a wonderful summit day to Mt Lassen, snowshoed all the way to the summit. Rapid glissade down the mountain back to camp. Snowshoed back out the next day.
Kings Creek Falls Crail Photo
Kings Creek Falls Crail Photo
Kings Creek Falls Crail Photo
Kings Creek Falls Crail Photo
Kings Creek Falls
by jq4ever on Jul 01, 2012
Drakesbad, California, United States
3.2 miles
Lassen Park Road Photo
View towards Diamond Peak Photo
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Lassen Park Entrance to Sulphur Works
by calipidder on Jan 16, 2010
Morgan Springs, California, United States
1.8 miles
This is a very short and simple ski or snowshoe, starting from the visitor center at the South entrance to Lassen National Park and following the road to Sulphur Works. Be prepared to smell rotten eggs! Additional Photos and some videos of the Sulphur Works available here
Cinder Cone Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park Photo
Cinder Cone Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park Photo
Cinder Cone Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park Photo
Cinder Cone Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park Photo
Cinder Cone Trail
by jq4ever on Jul 02, 2012
Drakesbad, California, United States
7.2 miles

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