Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... landscape. It is estimated that about 720 years was required to fill the lake to its present depth of 594 m (1,949 ft). Much of this occurred during a period when the prevailing climate was less moist than at present.
Not only is the lake gorgeous to view, but ...
... waters crystal clear in parts draw your attention to the reflections that are being duplicated from the sky and the surrounds. You stand there in silence taking in the view. If there are seven new wonders of the world this has certainly got to be on the list.
An island sits near the edge within the crater. Later on in the season there is a track that will be open that you can hike down, hop into a glass bottom boat and travel over to the ...
... furry chipmunk. He was hanging around for food and come right up to us, so I couldn’t help but give him a little bit of bread, which he just sat and munched right next to us. Gorgeous little thing he was. I want one now!
A couple of miles off the Crater Lake track was Pinnacle Valley where many random spires stood, formed by volcanic ash and sculpted over many years of erosion. They were pretty funky looking things, not very exciting ...
... 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 ...
... feet deep). No streams run into the lake, so very little sediment clouds its pure waters. Arrived at the park after a very scary drive on twisting, turning roads over looking cliffs with no guard rails. Had lunch, then we hiked down to Cleetwood Cove, a steep and strenuous trail that drops 700 feet in elevation and is 2.2 miles ...