Terminal Geyser

Chester, California

Terminal Geyser Professional Review and Guide

"Despite its name, Terminal Geyser is not a geyser but an especially vigorous fumerole, a cleft in the surface of the earth hidden by a thick and perpetual cloak of hot steam. The geyser’s white plume can be seen from many high points in the eastern reaches of the park, rising above the thick green of the forest that surrounds it. Highlights: A ramble through dense forest and over a saddle to a secluded geyser."

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Trail Information

Chester
Nearby City
5.4
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
Day hike
Duration
Best June to early October
Season
5,640 feet
Trailhead Elevation
6,250 feet
Top Elevation
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Local Contacts
USGS Reading Peak; Lassen Volcanic National Park maps by the National Park Service, Earthwalk Press, and Wilderness Press; USDAFS Lassen National Forest
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Jun 2018