Tag Archives: Burney Falls

Lassen Volcanic National Park in the age of pandemics

Touring Lassen Volcanic National Park in late summer… Boiling hot springs, steaming fumaroles, sulfuric mud pots, multiple volcanic peaks – fire and ice. Like a small version of Yellowstone National Park, Lassen Volcanic National Park happily lies only 3 1/2 hours from San Joaquin County. One of nine national parks in our state, it’s both […]

Posted in Northern California, Sierra Nevada | Also tagged , , | Leave a comment

Lassen Volcanic National Park; land of fire and ice!

  Lake Helen on Memorial Day Weekend remains frozen solid at 8,000 feet, on the road through Lassen Park; that is Mt. Lassen rising majestically behind the lake. The Sulpher Works, near Lassen’s southwest entrance, was a privately owned sulfer producer and tourist spa until the1950s; today if offers burbling mud pots and hot springs, […]

Posted in Central California, Northern California, Sacramento/Capitol region | Also tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment
  • Categories

  • Archives