Crater Lake National Park, OregonLearn More
Tucked away in Southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is known for delivering jaw-dropping views. Surrounded by cliffs stretching up nearly 2,000 feet, the park is living proof of its violent volcanic past. It was formed over 7,700 years ago, when one of the region’s tallest volcanoes erupted and sparked its catastrophic collapse. Today, it has become one of the most pristine lakes in the world, as well as the deepest in the nation. Marked by clear blue waters, the lake is remarkably pure, fed entirely and exclusively by rainfall and snow. It’s a perpetual favorite for nature photographers and road trippers on the hunt for a picturesque drive. Thrill seekers also delight in trekking through its endless old-growth forests and skiing during the winter months.
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