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Spectacular views of Lake Almanor, Dyer Mountain and Lassen Volcanic National Park can be found along the entire route of the nine and one-half mile Lake Almanor Recreation Trail. This multiuse trail winds through beautiful stands of stately pine, fir and incense cedar, as well as meadows, a campground, a summer home tract and several lakeshore areas that will invite you to take a swim or try your luck at fishing. The trail is ten feet wide and has paved surface.

Winter brings a beautiful white mantle of snow to the Lake Almanor basin. The trail is ideal for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Fishing is allowed year round, but access is limited unless you have snowshoes or skis (both are available for rent locally).

Directions: From Chester, Travel 2 miles on Highway 36 then turn south onto Highway 89, There are several access points to the trail along this road. One access point is on a small dirt road opposite the Humbug/Humboldt Road. The Almanor Boat Ramp parking area located near the Almanor North campground, and four other parking areas that have been established between the community of Prattville and Highway 89 to access the trail.

Elevation: 4,500 feet

Elevation Gain: 100 feet

Distance: 9.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

 
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Lassen National Forest, California


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