Lassen Peak Skiing & Climbing Conditions, Weather Forecast & Webcams
Lassen Peak Skiing & Climbing Conditions
Lassen Peak Road & Trailhead Conditions
Lassen Peak Weather Forecast
Lassen Peak Telemetry (Weather Stations)
Lassen National Park Webcams
This is the view looking north from the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center at Lassen Volcanic National Park. The peak to the left is Mt. Diller and Pilot Pinnacle sits to its right. On cool days, it is possible to see steam rising from the Sulphur Works hydrothermal area.
Lassen Peak Air Quality
Lassen Peak Skiing & Climbing Regulations
Wilderness Permits are required for overnight camping in Lassen National Park. Permits are available at recreation.gov.
Lassen National Park has a few regulations around camping in the wilderness, regarding group sizes, bear practices, fires and pets. Review the rules on their website: Lassen National Park Backcountry Regulations.
Group Size is limited to 10 persons or less. This can reduce physical impacts as well as impacts on the wilderness experiences of others.
Good Sanitation means human fecal waste, food scraps, and garbage will be packed out to the trailhead and properly disposed of at the provided receptacles. Urinate at least 200 feet away from springs, stream, trails and camp locations.
Wood Fires are not permitted. Wood fires scar the landscape. Dead and down wood is crucial to soil regeneration in alpine environments. Portable stoves, which use gas, jellied petroleum, or pressurized liquid, are allowed.
Dogs are allowed in limited areas within the wilderness. A good rule of thumb is that a pet may go anywhere a car may go: roads and road shoulders (not snow-covered), campgrounds, picnic areas, and parking lots. Please pack-out their waste. Know the boundaries!