Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We sat at the top for a while admiring the view before making the descent back to the car. From there, it was time for Cleetwood Cove, which is the only access (legally) to the shore of the lake. It was a steep mile down, which meant it would be a steep mile back up, but we found it relatively easy. The best part of the hike was the varying colors of the water. The bright blues and turquoise greens are not that easy to differentiate from above, ...
... still not nearly as delicious as the pizza at Capitol Reef….. We were set to arrive at the north entrance to Crater Lake around 6. We setup camp and ran back out to find a sunset destination. We went to see the Phantom Ship formation, but surprisingly, Phantom Ship Overlook is NOT where you want to go. Sun Notch is a much better viewpoint. But we got there with little remaining light to spare, so the pics ...
... keep the road up to the Rim Village open and today the west side road was open but it won't be until mid to end of July when the East Rim is open so off we went. It was pretty crowded already at the Rim Village overlook so we opted for the second overlooked and when we got out of the car we realized it was not only cold (eventually got down to 43) but the wind was really blowing and we had dressed like Florida tourists but we did have light ...
... Trail. This is a fairly steep trail, gaining about 750 feet in a mile. But I barely noticed the heavy breathing; the views from the trail were breathtaking and I was stopping frequently to take pictures. The trail switchbacks a few times as it goes up to the summit of Wizard Island and then makes a loop around the crater at the summit. This 90-foot crater is called Witch’s Cauldron, keeping with the mythology-themed names of the ...
... left Portland taking I-5 south to Eugene and taking OR-58 east through Willamette National Forest. The drive along the interstate was much like every other interstate, but once we got off and starting driving through the forest, the drive became a lot more scenic as we drove through the Willamette Valley. Along this road, we stopped at a Subway near Oakridge and got a couple foot-long subs, eating ...