Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to Lassen Peak, the world's largest plug dome volcano and southern-most volcane in the Cascade Range. Though the last eruption was in 1921, the area is still marked by geothermal activity including boiling mud pots, fumaroles and hot springs.
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