A look at the awe-inspiring Crater Lake
Crater Lake has to be one of the most beautiful lakes I’ve ever seen, it’s absolutely awe-inspiring. Located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United Sates at nearly 2000 feet. Interestingly, there are no rivers flowing into or out of the lake, which is probably a contributing factor for it’s brilliant blue color and clarity.
I visited Crater Lake National Park during a beautiful Fall day, but after seeing pictures of the area covered in snow, I cannot wait to go in the winter someday…it’s a place of immeasurable beauty.
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Crater Lake Information:
GPS: 42° 53′ 48.91″N 122° 08′ 03.08″W
Map: Crater Lake Map
Fees: $10 for car and $5 for motorcycle (7 day pass)
Reservations: For lodge and campground, call: 1-888-774-2728
National Park Service: Website for Crater Lake National Park
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Crater Lake….a major miss on our 2011 calendar. We just ran out of time. Can’t wait to see it in person, thanks for sharing.
Hey Jason! Yeah, Crater Lake is awesome…the entire drive up to the lake is spectacular! Tons of waterfalls and great hikes and stops along the way. Thanks for stopping by MRT. Cheers!
It really is. Thanks for stopping by.
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