YouTube of Museum The Collins Pine Museum was opened to the public in May of 2007. There is no admission fee and the museum is open from mid-May until mid-October, Wednesday through Saturday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The building was constructed to look like the sawmill that was operated by Collins Pine Company in Chester from 1943 to 2001, after which it was replaced by a new sawmill. The post and beam construction inside provides an aesthetic space where the different species of
Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center webcam This is the view looking north from the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center. The peak to the left is Mt. Diller and Pilot Pinnacle sits to its right. On cool days, it is possible to see steam rising from the Sulphur Works hydrothermal area. View webcam Manzanita Lake webcam This is the view looking southeast from the northwest shore of Manzanita Lake. Lassen Peak rises in the distance. View webcam Lassen Volcanic National Park offers a wealt
August 21-23 At the Western Pacific Railroad Museum, our World Famous "Run-A-Locomotive" program allows you, our visiting public, to rent a vintage diesel locomotive and operate it on the museum grounds, under the close supervision of your own private instructor. Relive a childhood fantasy! No experience required, just an adventurous mind. Income from locomotive rentals helps fund the restoration of our historic equipment. The "R-A-L program" has three basic & two specia
What do you need to bring? Wear comfortable, closed-toes shoes for this tour, and don’t forget to bring your camera! In the interest of the environment, we always encourage our participants to bring their refillable water bottles, which we can refill during the tour. Good walking shoes and a hat are always a plus on all our tours! Event Date: 08-15-15 Event Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Location: Sierra Institute for Community and Environment
4438 Main St.
Taylorsville, CA 95983
Fishing Report July 19, 2015 by Doug Neal - Almanor Fishing Adventures Surface temps hitting 75.8 degrees by mid-day. Clarity is excellent, 20 ft. in the Big Springs area this morning. Moon phase is dark, and building. Full moon July 31 st. Fishing pressures is light except Saturdays when everyone's out. Lake levels are still good, and the water quality is excellent. The hex hatch is still sputtering a few bugs out, but its pretty much over. Fish are after the smelt, which cu
Water Sports at Lake Almanor Water sports abound in Plumas County within its more than 100 lakes and 1,000 miles of streams.
Water skiing, boating, sailing, kayaking, paddle- boarding, windsurfing, jet skiing and swimming are among the more popular water sports available at Lake Almanor Swimming is also popular at some of the smaller lakes, including Butt Valley Reservoir, the Lakes Basin area and the Graeagle Mill Pond, which has an adjacent facility with non-motorized wa
Bizz Johnson Trail Marathon Date:Saturday & Sunday, October 10-11, 2015 Time: 9:00 a.m. Events: Express Half Marathon (Sat, Oct 10)
10 Km, Half Marathon, Marathon (Sun, Oct 11)
50 Km (8:00 a.m. Sun, Oct 11) The Bizz Johnson Trail begins at Mason Station and travels through scenic Lassen National Forest. The first few miles of the course climb 280 feet through the forest to Westwood Junction, then it’s downhill to the finish at Susanville, with a 1300-foot descent over the f
Fall Foliage along the trail Autumn is one of the most popular seasons to visit the Bizz Johnson Trail. As the changing foliage of cottonwoods turn the river bottoms golden yellow, willows along the river take on various tones of red and golden yellow, and oaks scattered through the landscape add accents of bright orange. This colorful display amid rugged surroundings of volcanic cliffs, rocky rims and pine and fir forests, led to the selection of the Bizz Johnson Trail as on