Warner Valley Road to Terminal Geyser

Chester, California 96020

Warner Valley Road to Terminal Geyser

Warner Valley Road to Terminal Geyser Professional Review and Guide

"Terminal Geyser is one of the few easily accessible geothermal features on the Pacific Crest Trail and a worthy destination for this relatively easy loop hike in Lassen Volcanic National Park."

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9/13/2018
This hike’s eerie destination, the Terminal Geyser, isn’t a geyser at all. Creek waters flowing over a loud steam vent create billowing vapor clouds. On the way the trail passes Boiling Springs Lake. Gas bubbles pop & steam blows across the surface of the oddly pale green-colored lake. Mud pots simmer at the east end of the Lake. The return route follows a short section of the Pacific Crest Trail. Hikers pass through dark woods & wildflower adorned meadows. Posted a video of the hike at
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Trail Information

Chester
Nearby City
Kid-friendly
Accessibility
5.4
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
2–3 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
Waterfalls
Features
Pacific Crest Trail
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Sep 2018