- Ticket Price: Free
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Cinder Cone - Review
No place is more fun and relaxing than Cinder Cone in the beautiful city of Mineral. TripHobo will give you all the information needed to plan your outing here.
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Cinder Cone Information
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Accommodation Near Cinder Cone
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Things to Know Before Visiting Cinder Cone
95% of people who visit Mineral include Cinder Cone in their plan
46.75% of people start their Cinder Cone visit around 12 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cinder Cone
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cinder Cone
Cinder Cone Map
Cinder Cone Trips
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Cinder Cone, Mineral Reviews
A hidden gem ! I’m surprised it’s not marketed more through the park . 2 mile hike each way. Last .7 Miles straight up the cone can be slow going but worth the view!!!!
Short hike to quite a few amazing views. The hike up to the top of the Cinder Cone is a good one. Wear sturdy hiking shoes and pace yourself. Once at the top it is fairly flat around the rim of the crater which affords views of the Painted Dunes, Fantastic Lava Beds and Butte Lake. The crater is pretty cool and it's a relatively short hike down to the bottom where all you can see is the sky above and the crater walls around you.
Hike up the cinder cone is a little challenging as it has loose gravel. But it has good views once you get to the top.
One of my favorite places I've been to. Easy hike to the base of Cinder Cone from Butte Lake Campground. The hike up Cinder Cone is challenging, like climbing a vertical sandbox. The views are spectacular and well worth the hike. From the top of Cinder Cone you can view the Painted Dunes and Lassen. Make sure to take the long way back down, there's a trail that is hard to find which winds its way down the backside with awesome views of the Painted Dunes.