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Pacific Sun Olive Oil

Pacific Sun is a third-generation family farm that produces award-winning olive oils and balsamic vinegars, prunes, walnuts, almonds and olives.  They exist to create artisanal foods that express and preserve the unique flavors of our growing region and our agricultural community.     For more information, visit


Olive Pit

Featuring a colossal selection of the finest olives and olive oil for over 50 years, The Olive Pit has been a mainstay in Corning offering olive,  and olive oil tasting. Olive Pit 2156 Solano Street Corning, CA 96021   For more information, please visit


Shasta Daisy Vineyard

Shasta Daisy Vineyard is located in the Northeastern corner in Tehama Country at the western base of Lassen Peak; a stunning site at an elevation of 3,500. This wine experience is exceptionally unique!   For more information, visit


Cinder Cone – Lassen Volcanic National Park

This challenging trail allows visitors to experience the power of the Cinder Cone Volcano firsthand! The sandy trail climbs gently at first, bordered by woodlands on the right and the Cinder Cone’s lava flow on the left. The trail steepens as the Cinder Cone comes into view. At 1.2 miles, the trail reaches a fork […]


Lassen Peak Trail – Lassen Volcanic National Park

The Lassen Peak trail offers hikers the opportunity to climb to the top of one of the largest plug dome volcanoes in the world. The trail climbs through twisted mountain hemlock, white back pine trees, and sand like cinders. As the trees thin, the vistas appear; the trail steepens into a series of switchbacks along […]


Bumpass Hell – Lassen Volcanic National Park

Bumpass Hell is the largest hydrothermal area in Lassen Volcanic National Park and was named after an early settler severely burned a leg after falling into a boiling pool! The trail is quite easy, although the altitude at 8,000 feet can make the trail seem moderately difficult. The well marked 1.5 mile trail will make […]


Yana Trail

The Yana trail is an eight-mile long trail crossing riparian zones, rolling blue oak savannah, and lava rock canyons, offering dramatic views of the Sacramento River and the surrounding landforms. Wildflowers are spectacular in this area in the spring.     For more information and trail head maps, visit


Iron Canyon Trail

The Iron Canyon Trail is a fun 4.5 mile trail that allows explorers a view of the river bend high above the canyon with very little climbing. It’s mostly single track with short sections of dirt road. Plenty of lava rock!     For more information, visit

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Morgan Summit Sno-Park

Morgan Summit Sno-Park offers 77 miles of groomed snowmobile, round trip and loop trails, with spectacular views of Lassen and the valley below. For a bonus adventure, bring your snow shoes and hike around. Feed your inner explorer in the summer months — Morgan Summit Sno-Park doubles as a mountain biking trail in the summer.


Hog Lake/Vista Trail

The Hog Lake Plateau Trail and Vista Trail offer spectacular wide open views of spring wildflowers. The vista trail has breath taking views of the Sacramento River or you can take a panoramic survey of the surrounding valley.     For more information, visit