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Lassen Volcanic National Park California

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Submitted By: MowFam08 on 28 Jul 2010
Latitude: 40.509396
Longitude: -121.433076

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GPS: 40°26'08"N 121°32'02"W
From Red Bluff, California: The Southwest entrance is approximately 45 miles east on Highway 36



Snowshoeing - (0)

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Bring your showshoes and with just a short 10 minute walk you can enter a quiet winter wilderness. You might even find yourself wondering if you have the entire park to yourself. The park does not rent snowshoes, please arrange to bring your own snowshoes with you. If you are new to snowshoeing, or not quite sure you are ready to purchase your own pair, then head to the Kohm Yah-mah-nee visitor center and attend a ranger-led snowshoe walk. During this walk the ranger will provide snowshoes and teach you the basics of snowshoeing, winter survival, and winter ecology.


Backcountry Skiing - (0)

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The southwest parking area is a popular spot to bring the family, the sleds, and the BBQ (please use gas or remove your ashes). Within a short walk of your car, there is access to several sledding hills with beautiful panoramic views of Lassen Volcanic's snowcapped mountains. Restrooms are available during the winter, however there is no water.


Canoeing - (0)

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Whether kayaking or canoeing, exploring Lassen Volcanic National Park can be an exciting and rewarding experience. Non-motorized boats must access Manzanita, Butte, and Juniper Lakes at their designated boat launch areas.


Hiking & Backpacking - (0)

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There are over 150 miles of hiking trails within the park which range in difficulty from a strenuous 5 mile round-trip hike up Lassen Peak to a gentle 1.85 mile stroll around Manzanita Lake.


Camping - (0)

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There are eight campgrounds within Lassen Volcanic National Park, and a large part of Lassen's wilderness is available for wilderness camping with a free permit.


Hot Springs - (0)

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The Main Park Road provides incredible views of the Cascades and High Sierras, as well as access to mountain lakes and active hydrothermal areas.


Horseback - (0)

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Horses are allowed on designated trails.


Mountain Biking - (0)

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Only on paved roads.




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