San Francisco, USA - For nature fanatics who often plan a short weekend trip to explore nature, there is a perfect national park in California to check out this Spring.
California recently had one of wettest winter after years of extreme drought and now have wildflower 'super bloom' that paints its mountains and coastlines with vibrant colors.
Lassen Volcanic National Park is also impacted with this 'super bloom' phenomena.
The road clearing operations began on April 9 to prepare for visitors so this is the perfect time to visit.
Many roads and hiking trails are still covered in snow due to its high elevation, so if you want to see two seasons in a day, Lassen Volcanic National Park is the place to visit.
The park is located in northeastern California. The highest peak, Lassen Peak, has the largest plug dome volcano in the world. It is located 237 miles northeast of San Francisco. There is no public transportation available to the park so plan your visit ahead of time.
Check more about the park, here.