Lassen Volcanic National Park

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Lassen Volcanic National Park

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Natural Features/History

Located in Northeastern California


Popular animals found here are black bears, mule deer, mountain chickadee, a variety of bat species, and various chipmunk species!

Attractions/things to do:

Skiing, backpacking, star gazing, horse back riding, kayaking, fishing, camping, hiking, snowshoeing, and much more!

Lassen has various seasons. This means certain activites can be their best during a certain season! Like during winter, skiing and snowshoeing are popular!

While the volcano sleeps now, steam vents, boiling springs, and bubbling mudpots remain active. Showing that the volcano can erupt - and will! but no one knows when!

Represented in the park are all four types of volcanoes found in the world--shield, composite, cinder cone, and plug dome.

On May 22, 1915 there was an explosive eruption at Lassen Peak. It destroyed nearby areas and it rained volcanic ash as far away as 200 miles.

This explosion was the most powerful in a 1914-17 until the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. Lassen Peak is the largest of a group of volcanic domes that have erupted in the past 300,000 years.

Lassen Volcanic National Park has almost 300 species of vertebrates. This includes birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish.


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