Hiking Lassen Volcanic National Park

A Guide To The Park's Greatest Hiking Adventures

Book Description

From a challenging climb up Lassen Peak to easy rambles around crystal clear lakes, this indispensable guide covers the best of the Northern California national park with 59 hike descriptions.

Information on campsites, backcountry permits, safety, trail finder table, and a list of the author's favorites, as well as the natural and human history of the park, make this an essential guide for visitiors to this national treasure.

About Salcedo, Tracy

Tracy Salcedo has written guidebooks to a number of destinations in California and Colorado, including Hiking Northern California Waterfalls, Best Hikes Reno-Lake Tahoe, Hiking Through History San Francisco, Best Hikes Sacramento, and Best Easy Day Hikes guides to the San Francisco Bay Area, Lake Tahoe, San Jose, Reno, Sacramento, Fresno, Boulder, Denver, and Aspen. She’s also the author of Historic Yosemite National Park, Historic Denali National Park and Preserve, Death in Mount Rainier National Park, and Search and Rescue Alaska. Somehow, she also finds time to work as an editor and librarian. She lives with her family in California’s Wine Country. You can learn more by visiting her website at laughingwaterink.com.

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