10 Things To Do In Lassen Volcanic Park 

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Bumpus Hell – home to the largest concentration of hydrothermal features within the spectacular Lassen Volcanic National Park.

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Mount Tehama – This stratovolcano is located in the Cascades and is the second highest peak inside the national park.

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

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The Painted Mounds – The Painted Mounds are multicolored pumice fields formed by volcanic ash oxidation that have shaped Lassen National Park.

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Cinder Cone Trail – Butte Lake area, you can expect a 2.4mile hike to the base and a 4 mile hike to the summit on the Cinder Cone Trail.

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Helen Lake – Helen Lake is a glacial or tarn lake located in Lassen Volcanic National Park.

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Devil's Kitchen Trail – One of the best hiking trails in the park is the Devil's Kitchen Trail.

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Kings Creek Falls – Kings Creek Falls is a famous waterfall in Lassen Volcanic National Park and a well-known tourist attraction.

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