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Crater Lake lies in the caldera of Mount Mazama formed 7, years ago after an eruption. It is the deepest lake in the United States and is known for its blue color and water clarity. There are two islands in the lake, and, with no inlets or outlets, all water comes through precipitation. This is a quick, short trail with high return with the trail ending w panoramic views of crater lake! This trail was recommended to us by the park ranger. Unlike a lot of the trails, it goes down to the lake where you can take a dip.
It was a nice short hike but somewhat of a challenge going back up. Did it in mid October on a weekday, so there were very few people there. Yes, it is all uphill all the way to the top, but take your time and enjoy the views from every angle. It's a fairly steady climb and there is no scrambling. Well worth your time. The lake is incredibly beautiful! This is an great hike for an easier view of the southern Cascades.
Starts at a high elevation point and is shorter so the hike puts you higher than Mt Bailey without the intensity. Hiked end of August and weather was fair. Not a lot of traffic for a National Park! Was not expecting how cool this hike was. Amazing views all the way to the top.
Felt very accomplished when we finally made it to the top. Be aware of the elevation changes, once I got to the top I started getting light headed and weak in the knees. Thankfully the climb was not very steep or it would have been a rough time getting down.
Can't wait to do it again. Ascent is rapid but the trail is short. Lots of great views on a sunny day. Even great views of the lake. Rime ice was awesome on the pines as and it's only mid October. Pretty strenuous if unused to the altitude. Hiked this trail in June Beautiful views throughout with presence of great amount of shade. The wind was blowing today, up top was cold AF. Very very pretty from the trailhead to the top.
Lots of switches on a wide, well-maintained path. This place becomes pretty popular on the hotter days, but the parking area is sizable. Lounge on the rocks, freeze yourself in the water.
The parking lot is relatively small, some street parking nearby. The trail curves towards the back of the mountain surrounded by large pines and firs. The elevation is slow and steady, trail is very well maintained. The view away from the lake is just as impressive as the lake itself - old growth forests as far as the eye can see! Short hike on a well graded trail - well worth it - especially at sunset!
Great, well defined trail. Spectacular views of Crater Lake. It was challenging due to the elevation but there were plenty of view points to stop and rest. We did this in September and the weather was clear and cool.
Highly recommend this trail! Moderately challenging and the payoff is well worth it. Everything about Crater Lake gets five stars in my book. Beautiful day, no smoke. My family and I did this trail when we were camping at Crater Lake. The views were spectacular. So many beautiful views and the trail was fun. We went in mid September and the weather was amazing. It took us about 2 hours, which included lots of stops for photos and taking in the scenery.
Five stars because it was the only place Brook could swim in Crater Lake Nice steep hill with gorgeous views of the lake.. It's a bummer they haven't made a better access point for the ferry. It prevents many people from enjoying all of the park. Reminds me a little bit of Bryce Canyon. Very short level little trail.
Zita Kang on Cleetwood Cove Trail. Marc Lipschultz on Garfield Peak Trail. Madeline R on Mount Scott Trail. Jeffrey Cummings on Mount Scott Trail. Roy Dando on Mount Scott Trail.
Mike Buck on Garfield Peak Trail. Great view of the lake and wildlife. Sadhana Rajan on Garfield Peak Trail. The view from the top is excellent. Anand Karandikar on Cleetwood Cove Trail. Jonathan Morse on Garfield Peak Trail. Lorena Becker on Mount Scott Trail. This is the second time I've hiked it and it's amazing.
Micah Pullen on Mount Scott Trail. Andrew Skarvinko on Cleetwood Cove Trail. Andrew Skarvinko on Garfield Peak Trail. Nicole Davidson on Garfield Peak Trail.
Dale Nibbe on Garfield Peak Trail. Thomas Buell on Cleetwood Cove Trail. Thomas Buell on Garfield Peak Trail. Amazing views of the lake all the way up. Benjamin Hong on Godfrey Glen Trail. Victori ahh on Garfield Peak Trail. Bri An on Garfield Peak Trail. This is a very popular trail. And for good reason. Bill Crain on Cleetwood Cove Trail. Bill Crain on Pinnacles Valley Trail.
For the motorist, the visit to the park is a short side trip from the Pacific and Dalles-California highways. He will find, in addition to the hotel, campsites, stores, filling stations. The park is open to travel from late June or July 1 for as long as snow does not block the roads, generally until October. The lake is described in the poetry of Joaquin Miller.
There are many hiking trails and several campgrounds inside the park. Unlicensed fishing is allowed without any limitation of size, species, or number.
The lake is believed to have no indigenous fish, but several species of fish were introduced beginning in until all fish stocking ended in Kokanee salmon Oncorhynchus nerka and rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss now thrive and reproduce here naturally. All lake access for people is from Cleetwood Trail, a steep walking trail, and there are no roads for cars, trucks, or wagons that lead to the waterfront.
All of the boats in the lake were delivered by helicopter. Getting there requires a fairly steep 2. Also visible from this point are the white-peaked Cascade Range volcanoes to the north, the Columbia River Plateau to the east, and the Western Cascades and the more-distant Klamath Mountains to the west. The scenery of Crater Lake is fully accessible during the summer months. Heavy snowfalls in this park during the fall, winter, and spring months force many road and trail closures, including the popular "Rim Drive", which is generally completely open from July to October and partially open in some other months, such as May, June, and November.
The Cleetwood Cove trail originates on the north side of the lake about 4. First opened during the summer of , the trail is 1. Due to its steep grade, the trail is not accessible for mobility-impaired visitors.
A dock with concessionaire boats facilitates tours around the lake with a stop at Wizard Island for dropping off and picking up passengers.
Swimming and fishing are permitted. Snow may cover the trail from October to July with some variance depending on yearly snowfall conditions. The Watchman Peak trail begins from the Watchman Overlook parking lot, about 3. The trail ends next to a historic fire lookout tower built in The Lightning Spring trail starts from the Lightning Spring picnic area.
The trail circles around several meadows up to the Lightning Spring creek. The trail is known for the frequent sights of grazing deer. This is considered to be the easiest trail, looping around the Castle Crest Wildflower Garden. It starts from the East Rim Road, near the park's headquarters. It received its name because of a large stretch of meadows around which the trail circles and which is bursting with wildflowers in the springtime.
The Plaikni Falls trail is the newest trail on the Crater Lake park. The trail leads to Plaikni Falls. Most of the trail is wheelchair-accessible.
The final stretch is fairly uphill, which may prove moderately challenging. The Garfield Peak trail is a moderately challenging 1. Several spots along the trail provide viewpoints overlooking the Phantom Ship island and Dutton Cliff. A few viewpoints offer unique views of Wizard island. The trail is popular in the late afternoon on account of unique shifting colors over the lake and its surroundings. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Environment portal Oregon portal. Retrieved September 24, Retrieved February 23, Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do.
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Crater Lake National Park is comprised of , acres of mountains, peaks, evergreen forests, and lake. The ranging elevations throughout the park provide diverse habitats for an array of wildlife and make for an outstanding outdoor laboratory and classroom. Crater Lake lies in the caldera of Mount Mazama formed 7, years ago after an eruption. It is the deepest lake in the United States and is known for its blue color and water clarity. There are two islands in the lake, and, with no inlets or outlets, all water comes through precipitation. Welcome to the Crater Lake National Park Information Page. Here you will find all you need to know about the natural history of the park. Learn about the geology, trees, mammals, birds, or other plants and wildlife of the area.