Thank you to all our supporters who were able to attend the "Peak Experience," Lassen Park Foundation's evening to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Lassen Peak's Eruption.  Attendees enjoyed a delicious dinner, a wonderful socializing opportunity and helped to support the Foundation's work by bidding on many live and silent auction items.  If you were unable to attend the event and would still like to show your support by making a financial contribution, please visit our contribution page. We hope you can join us at our next dinner and fundraising activity in 2016.


Trail Preservation

Lassen Park Foundation donations help restore, rehabilitate and rebuild many park trails. The biggest of these projects now underway is the Lassen Peak Trail, the most traveled trail in the park. The Foundation’s “Reach the Peak” campaign, in partnership with the National Park Service and National Park Trust, will increase resource protection while improving the Lassen Peak hiking experience for park visitors. Trail work will be completed in 2014.

Other trail preservation efforts have included:

·         Conserving the Nobles Emigrant Trail and Kings Creek Trailhead

·         Installing boardwalks over wetland areas in the Warner Valley

·         Restoring heavily used hiking trails near Drakesbad