Hike To The Largest Geothermal Lake In Northern California On The Boiling Springs Lake Trail
Lassen Volcanic National Park is by far one of Northern California’s greatest treasures. Comprised of a landscape that’s full of boiling mud pots, fumaroles, volcanic domes, and hot springs, there’s definitely always something to explore in this incredible park. In fact, one of the largest geothermal lakes in the world can be found here and you can see it for yourself on the Boiling Springs Lake Trail.
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Have you completed this hike around the park’s geothermal lake? What’s your favorite thing about visiting Lassen Volcanic National Park? Let us know in the comments!