Highway Through Lassen Volcanic National Park Closes for the Winter

As winter blankets the region in pristine snow, Lassen Volcanic National Park’s highway is now closed for the season, signaling the arrival of the winter in the park.

With two feet of snow carpeting the ground around the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, it’s the perfect time to swap out those hiking boots for cozy winter snow boots. And if you’ve got snowshoes tucked away in the garage, now is their time to shine. Instead of wading through the snow, you can effortlessly glide on its surface.

While the park’s roadways are blanketed by winter’s embrace, adventurous souls are invited to explore the park’s winter wonderland. The serene beauty of snow-covered forests, frozen lakes, and the park’s iconic volcanic landscapes await.

Embrace the snowy splendor and immerse yourself in the magic of Lassen Volcanic National Park during this captivating winter season. For the latest information and park conditions, visit Lassen Volcanic National Park Conditions.

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