Looking for a great trail in Lassen Volcanic National Park, California? AllTrails has 56 great hiking trails, running trails, dogs no trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 30 moderate trails in Lassen Volcanic National Park ranging from 1 to 25.9 miles and from 5,643 to 8,251 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Lassen Peak, the largest plug dome volcano in the world, is joined by all three other types of volcanoes in this park: shield, cinder dome, and composite. Other than the volcano, which last erupted in 1915, the park has hydrothermal areas, including fumaroles, boiling pools, and steaming ground, heated by molten rock under the peak.

Why are dogs not allowed on these trails?

hiking
1 day ago

amazing views and the trail is nicely maintained!

Great trail. Loved hiking right by the falls

hiking
no shade
rocky
3 days ago

Great views! Being hat/gloves/layers for the wind!

hiking
rocky
3 days ago

on Brokeoff Mountain Trail

hiking
3 days ago

Unfortunately, the smoke from fires in the south have rolled up so the views are a little hazy in the distance, but still beautiful with clear views of Shasta. As others have said, it’s windy at the top, so plan accordingly.

I loved this hike. Beautiful falls. A little closer to 5 miles according to my watch but well worth it

hiking
5 days ago

trail was under some maintenance, but still nice. The boardwalk was really nice!

wonderful hike! The steep steps were awesome!!!

Fabulous hike to geothermal area, passed maybe a dozen people on the way up but no one at the site and we had the place to ourselves. Boiling pots, steaming vents both large and small, mud pots and beautiful creek surrounded by cedar and pine. Did a side trip to restored Dream lake, now a marsh habitat with meandering streams and up to Boiling Springs Lake which was stunning in its beauty, boiling and steaming far end with picturesque Lassen and Brokeoff mountain in the distance. Total hike was 7.7 miles.

hiking
6 days ago

great view of mt shasta and beautiful people ✌

hiking
scramble
7 days ago

hiking
7 days ago

Great views as you climb after leaving the forest. Wonderful 360 degree views on the top. Great hike.

hiking
9 days ago

Hiked this on Tuesday morning, not a soul on the trail so it was quiet and pleasant. Took me 1 hr 45 min round trip. The lake is dried up this time of the year, which is disappointing, but the view is nice. There are a lot of shade on this trail which is great for summer time hiking, but it was freezing early morning in Fall weather

hiking
10 days ago

Did all three volcanic features in one hike.

Beautiful view of Crumbaugh Lake along the trail up to Bumpass Hell. The trail is a gradual incline from Cold Boiling lake and a decent work out. The geothermal area at Bumpass is unique and worth the hike!

Hiked this trail today in the way back from Bumpass Hell. The view if Crumbaugh Lake is much better from higher view point via the other trail than the actual trail to the lake... but I was already out here so might as well drop by.

hiking
12 days ago

Wow! Absolutely amazing hike. I got a little anxious on the switchbacks near the glacial area... very steep and I’m not a big fan of edges :) It is strenuous at times but hubby and I hiked it with 3 kids (2 teens and a 6yr old who is a rockstar!!!) The teens were quick, but I took many breaks with the little one. She never said she couldn’t manage, but took rests when needed. 2 hours up, and not much less down simply because by then she was tired. Teens took 1.5hrs up and less than that down. We’re all tired but happy

hiking
12 days ago

Nice hike , mostly forested. The lake this time of year is tiny, like a pond.

on Lassen Peak

hiking
12 days ago

Great views and the trail is great. Also good job of information on the volcanic features, wildlife and plants.

hiking
12 days ago

Such a nice trail with beautiful views. Getting up to the geological survey requires a little more tactic because of the snow, but just go slow and you'll be fine. Most of the trail was dry with stable footing, but as you get close to the top there is a little bit of snow. There are butterflies everywhere! I went at about 330 pm and just had my t. shirt- it was so warm. At the top I needed gloves because my hands were freezing. Walked up fairly fast and enjoyed running down. The incline was easy and consistent enough I could hike up and run down at a stable pace. :) It took me a little less than two hours to summit then run down.

Beautiful, moderate hike through meadows, forest & the prize at the end: beautiful volcanic activity. Well maintained, somewhat steep here & there. Trailhead is at Drakesbad.

hiking
13 days ago

Easy stroll with great views of Mt Lassen and Chaos Crags. Not sure I would go out of my way to come here, but definitely worth it if you're staying in the Manzanita Lake campground.

hiking
13 days ago

Short trail. Easy until you hit the base of the cinder cone, then it's a bit more strenuous climbing the cone itself. Imagine walking up a giant pile of tiny pebbles. Luckily it's a short climb. In addition to the crater, the top has nice 360 views of the surrounding peaks and lava beds. Overall, this was the most interesting and unique trail I did in Lassen. This trailhead is very out of the way compared to other hikes in Lassen, but I think it's totally worth the detour if you have the time! The unpaved road to Butte Lake was easily traversable in my Toyota Corolla, just go slow.

Beautiful! The walk up the steps on the way back was steep but spectacular scenery and views.

on Lassen Peak

hiking
rocky
13 days ago

Nice consistent clip to the top. 360 degree views from the top with a gorgeous view of Mount Shasta. A bit cold and windy at the top so bring layers. I was fortunate enough to see the monarch migration while on the trail....thousands of butterflies! It was truly spectacular.

hiking
13 days ago

The falls are mediocre, the real gem of this trail is when you skip the return trip on the trail you came in on, and instead take the trail that is marked as “steep steps”; you’ll see why.

Moderate hike, nice forests and some small lakes make for a great Fall outing.

hiking
14 days ago

Short and easy hike. Good place to see evidence of volcanic activity, although nowhere as picturesque as Yellowstone.

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