Our last stop on this 1777 mile journey was the incredible Lassen Volcanic National Park. I’m glad we decided to visit this part of California, it was well worth it! We stayed at the Rancheria RV Park and had a sight right on the Lake.
We visited Burney Falls, a beautiful park with lots of trails that take you around the park and falls. Someone we met on our travels highly recommended we visit this park! Check out our video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPuvZP5yvpU
Lassen Peak (elevation 10,457 ft.)
Look at the photos in this post of Lassen Peak, can you see the Vulcan’s Eye? Creepy!
Lake Helen (elevation 8200 ft.)
Bumpass Hell (hydrothermally altered geothermal area)
Check out this mother deer and fawn, they casually walked down to the stream and the fawn did its business in the stream and they casually walked away.
We hiked up to the top of “Cinder Cone“, it was a very rough trail but well worth the challenge.
When you reach the top you can see right into the center of the cone, eerie and incredible at the same time.
View of the “Painted Hills” from the top of the “Cinder Cone“.
Photo memories from Lassen National Park…………
P.S. We wake up on the day we were leaving the area and Hugh found these large insect exoskeletons on our RV. YUK!
Lake Almanor to Lassen National Park – 1 hr. 23 min. (70 miles)