A Snowshoe Hike to Sulphur Works in Lassen Volcanic National Park

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Sitting near the southwest entrance of Lassen Volcanic National Park is some of the most prominent evidence of hydrothermal activity in the area. Sulphur Works is an area of boiling mudpots and steaming vents that can only be accessed on snowshoes in the wintertime. Let’s go on an adventure!

Want some more snowshoe adventures? Here are 13 Snowshoe Hikes in Lassen Volcanic National Park

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