Lassen Volcanic National Park

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Description

Lassen Volcanic National Park is named for the area's dominant structure, Lassen Peak. Between May 1914 and until 1921, there were a series of eruptions from the volcano, including a very dramatic eruption, referred to as The Great Explosion, on May 22, 1915 that dramatically altered the landscape of the region.

A fall scene is depicted on this decal. In the background, Lassen Peak is in gray and white, with the changing leaves visible in green and orange. Manzanita Lake is represented in blue at the bottom of the decal.

Best of all, this decal can be peeled, repealed, and placed on a variety of different surfaces beyond your trekking pole, like glass or metal, so you can choose to display where you've gone and where you're going in your own way!  
Product Details

  • Both artwork and park description are peel-away decals
  • Approx 1 5/8'' x 1 3/8'' at widest point
  • Printed in America


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