Best Trails in Chester 1 Bumpass Hell Trail Old Station, CA Hiking Bumpass Hell Trail is a 2.9 mile out and back trail located near Old Station, CA that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from June until October. 2 Lassen Peak Old Station, CA Hiking 3 Lassen Peak Trail Old Station, CA Hiking 4 Brokeoff Mountain Mill Creek, CA Hiking 5 Cinder Cone Nature Trail Westwood, CA Hiking Best Hiking Best Mountain Biking Best Trail Running Best Hiking Devil's Kitchen Trail Chester, CA Pacific Crest Trail: Highway 36 to Domingo Springs Terminal Geyser Drake Lake Trail View More Recent Reviews Devil's Kitchen Trail by Wyyn Mc (906) 12 months ago 10 Completed 6 Reviews An underrated hike that is accessible from Warner Valley/Drakesbad area of Lassen. Not difficult to find, and trailheads are well marked. Trail is well maintained. Horse-guided tours from Drakesbad also use this trail and it follows a small portion of the Pacific Crest Trail for a short bit. It's an easy hike- 2.1 miles to a neat geothermal part of the park that lets you get pretty up close and personal with some steam vents and mud pots. The water level was low though so I did get to hear so VERY deep rolling boiling noises, but couldn't see it bubbling in spots. Very low populated trail once you get past the Drakesbad Ranch. The meadow is beautiful and there is a beaver that was hiding along part of the wooden gangplank path. Worth the trip! Pacific Crest Trail: Highway 36 to Domingo Springs by Dale Knutsen (192) over 1 year ago 2 Completed 2 Reviews Interesting forestry demonstration plot at the Hwy 36 trailhead. A couple of miles north (about 1/8 mile before crossing 28N83) the trail intersects remnants of the 1870s era Dutch Hill Ditch. You can save about 4 miles of hiking and 600 ft of climb by starting your trek at Stover Spring Campground, a primitive site at N 40 deg 17.07 min, W 121 deg 20.66 min; it can be reached by a logging road that starts from Hwy 36. Domingo Spring itself is about 1/2 mile east of the north trailhead; there is also a campground and picnic area at that site, along with fresh, cold water from the spring at a convenient faucet. Lassen Scenic Byway by Breck Tuttle (81102) about 2 years ago 608 Completed 470 Reviews Beautiful Drive Lassen Scenic Byway by Alan Bourne (144273) about 3 years ago 951 Completed 905 Reviews Lake, forrest, meadow and lots more to see. Devil's Kitchen Trail by Ashley Boom (92) about 3 years ago 1 Completed 1 Reviews Fun hike! I enjoyed spending an afternoon completing this hike with my fianc and a friend! Once you reach Hell's Kitchen, be prepared for the smell to shock you! It's a very strong sulfur smell. The smell is worth it though. It's really cool to see all of the pools of water bubbling! It's definitely a hike I would recommend! The only negative thing I would say though is that the drive to get there is a little confusing! There was a nice gentleman along the road that pointed us in the right direction though :) Devil's Kitchen Trail by Christina Walls (76) over 4 years ago 1 Completed 1 Reviews This was awsome if your into geo thermal pools and is so close to home....... need to finsh trails in that area.