Mount Lassen, is one of the largest lava domes on earth. Lassen Volcanic National Park, is a fascinating place that easily triggers ones imagination! I’ve been there many times, and I’ve written a few posts about this park. This week my daughter and I spent a couple days in the park.
During winter most of the roads are closed. This year they are expected to be fully open in mid June! There’s a lot of snow this year.
However, there’s still places that you can visit. There’s two entrances to the park, and the road is open a few miles behind each entrance (then you have to turn around.)
The snow makes for a completely different experience. You can hike, or enjoy the area with snowshoes during winter.
We spent our first day in the park around the northwest entrance of the park, near Manzanita Lake. I took the photos in today’s post that day.
We spent the second day hiking near Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, near the other entrance to the park. Photos from that day, in a separate post. We’re planning to go back in June, when the road that goes through the whole park opens up. There’s no end to places to explore in this park! There’s many campgrounds, and even places to park an RV as well. I hope you enjoyed this little glimpse of Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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