Lassen Peak, some wise men believe, is the last exhibit of activity in the dying volcanism of the Cascade Mountains.
Besides Lassen Peak, whose altitude is 10,437 feet, there are others of large size and great interest close by.
Lassen Peak is one of the great volcanoes of the Pacific Coast.
Four months after the creation of the national park Lassen Peak ceased activity with its two hundred and twelfth eruption.
Cinder Cone is about ten miles to the northeast of Lassen Peak.
These and other changes in the sides of Lassen Peak illustrate the old, ever-interesting, and eternal story of erosion.
One at least of the giant band, Lassen Peak, is semi-active to-day.
The best stopping-place is Drakesbad, which is near the base of Lassen Peak.
Vertebrate natural history of a section of northern California through the Lassen Peak region.