Hike The Devastated Area Trail In Northern California To See The Effects Of A Volcanic Eruption

It was 1915 the last time Lassen Peak in Northern California erupted. That may sound like a long time ago, but geologically speaking, it was actually pretty recent! There’s even video footage of the historic volcanic eruption. The 1915 eruption left quite a mark on the surrounding landscape, and you can see it for yourself with a hike along the Devastated Area Trail in Lassen Volcanic National Park. This short, easy trail shows off the devastating effects of a volcanic eruption and it makes for a unique and educational outing!

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