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.
Manzanita Lake webcam
This is the view looking southeast from the northwest shore of Manzanita Lake. Lassen Peak rises in the distance.
Lassen Volcanic National Park offers a wealth of activities that are as varied as the seasons of the park. Winter conditions often begin as early as October and persist through June or July.
Be sure to check trail, campground and road conditions before planning a spring trip.
With over 150 miles of hiking trails, both day hiking and backpackingare popular summer activities. Don't miss Lassen's active hydrothermal areas including Sulphur Works and Bumpass Hell. Note that due to snow pack, the Bumpass Hell trail usually does not open until early to mid-July. The summer is season is also a great time to enjoy ranger-led programs and special events. To help plan your summer visit, view sample summer itineraries or read the summer edition of the Peak Experiences, the park newspaper.
Lassen receives over 30 feet of snow on average each winter! The season often begins in October and persists through June or July. Snowplay, skiing, and snowshoeing are great ways to enjoy Lassen's winter wonderland. If you're new to winter at Lassen, join us for a ranger-led showshoe program offered January through April. For more information on planning a winter visit, read the winter edition of the Peak Experiences, the park newspaper.
Auto-touring Field Seminars Snowshoeing Backpacking Fishing Special Events Birdwatching Horseback Riding Stargazing & Astronomy Boating Ranger-led Programs Skiing Swimming Hiking Snowplay Wildlife Viewing.
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