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Lassen Volcanic National Park California

Lassen is an extremely active volcanic ecosystem. While Lassen Peak, the park's volcanic namesake, has not erupted since 1915, evidence of volcanic activity can be seen all around the park. There are mineral pools, boiling mud pots and ground in some areas steams. This park offers a special view into how the planet is always evolving.

Winters in Lassen Volcanic area are very snowy. The snow starts to accumulate in October and doesn't melt until July. The summers tend to be warm and dry but storms do move through on occasion.

To get a great look at the constant volcanic activity in the region, hike to Boiling Springs Lake. Underground steam vents keep the lake at an amazing 125 degrees and the surrounding mud pots are considered some of the best in the park.

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