Cinnamon Teal Bed and Breakfast

Address: 227 Feather River Drive, Chester, California, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 227 Feather River Drive, Chester, is near Lake Almanor.
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Travel Blogs from Chester

Road tripping back to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by lkayeurope10 on May 10, 2015

13 photos

... We drove through Lassen the first night, stayed in Chester, CA (!), and hiked Devil's Kitchen in the morning, complete with steaming fumeroles! There was a marmot that finally let us get some good photos (after following him around for a while!) and we saw a deer eating breakfast along our hike as ...

Day #7 East of Mt. Lassen NP to Old Station, CA

A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Jul 23, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... as soon as goes to lube up. I made good time yesterday with my best milage day and some decent climbing to boot. So today looming a head was Mt. Lassen, seriously Mt. Lassen Looms!, It is 10,475 ft high and it can bee seen from over 75 miles away. Mt. Lassen is the southern most in a chain of active stratovolcanos collectively called the High Cascades. They make up the Cascade range of mountains that stretch from British Columbia to Northern California. The ...

Mt. Brokeoff

A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jul 09, 2012

30 photos

... of interest. The first on the list was Sulfur Works, where as the name implies, it stunk of sulfur from the boiling mud pits. This was the first of these that I had ever seen, and was impressed with the sounds of the boiling water and the sight. Then we continued to the Bumpass Hell area for a hike, but stopped at the Mt. Brokeoff and Lassen Peak view points. Which are two of the 5 or so peaks left from the original gigantic volcano that had erupted a long time ago. ...

Lassen Volcanic National Park, day 1

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Aug 26, 2011

... which can be viewed from a boardwalk. It's a three mile round-trip hike, which normally is fairly easy but there were still snow-covered areas making walking a bit difficult in places. The thermal features include fumaroles (steam and volcanic-gas vents), thumping mud pots, boiling pools and steaming ground. While ...

Made it to Lassen

A travel blog entry by mcawein on Jul 12, 2010

5 photos

Wow!! We have been off the grid for some time! We were way up in the mountains for a few days and did not have access to the internet. We are now back to the 'real world" and I am able to blog once more.

Our first day in Lassen was amazing. I think I like ...