360° VR Panoramas of Lassen Volcanic Park and the Modoc Plateau
The Northern Section of Lassen Park Road
Lassen Volcanic National Park, California

Lassen Park Road loops around the east side of Lassen Peak. Just south of Manzanita Lake it crosses the Chaos Jumbles, debris from a prehistoric explosion at the Chaos Crags. Trailheads at Summit Lake lead into the gentle wilderness of the eastern half of the park, dotted with lakes and meadows.

Further south the road crosses the Devastated Area and other relicts of the early-twentieth century eruption. The interpretive trail here describes the eruptions and other facets of volcanic activity.


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The Chaos Jumbles, rockfall from the Chaos Crags

The Chaos Jumbles, rockfall from the Chaos Crags

The Chaos Jumbles, rockfall from the Chaos Crags

, California

Date photographed: July 31, 2006
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Summit Lake, a popular camping area and trailhead

Summit Lake, a popular camping area and trailhead

Summit Lake, a popular camping area and trailhead

, California

Date photographed: July 30, 2006
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Hat Lake, a beaver-dammed lake, source of Hat Creek

Hat Lake, a beaver-dammed lake, source of Hat Creek

Hat Lake, a beaver-dammed lake, source of Hat Creek

, California

Date photographed: July 31, 2006
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Interpretive signs at the Devastated Area

Interpretive signs at the Devastated Area

Interpretive signs at the Devastated Area

, California

Date photographed: July 31, 2006
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