Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The Vidae Falls was last on the list of attractions around the lake but when we got there it looked nothing like the gorgeous, colorful, flowing waterfall on our map but more of a little trickle of water falling over a rock. It’s a bad time of year for waterfalls as all the water has dried up over the summer. Spring is meant to be awesome as all the snow is melting and these falls are gushing. I bet the Crater Lake covered in snow ...
... Cove. It worked out for us beautifully as Short Step, Ruthy, and I got in at 5:58, with two minutes to spare before closing time of the store. Fla-vor-ice, root beer, cookies, chips, candy, beer, done. No sooner had we set up camp that the rain came back. Dinner again under Darwin's tarp. Also ! We ran into Swig as we entered the hikers campground. Small world we all ...
I first entered Oregon on its' eastern side, a little bland, but then took a very picturesque drive inland thru the Umpqua Nat. Forest. A gradual climb to 6,000 ft. and then Crater Lake. The wow! factor times 2 or 3. Although not huge ( 6 mi. diameter), it is the most beautiful, brilliantly blue lake that I have ever seen. The lake is the deepest in America (1,943 ft.) and 7th deepest in the world. It is also considered to be the ...
... site was spectacular!!! It looked like we were looking at a postcard the water was so blue but the small white caps let you know that it was real. We traveled the rim road and stopped at all the lookouts as it changed your perspective on the inside, the water, and Wizard Island (volcanic cone that is in the water and rises 755 feet above the water). There are boat rides to the Island but they were not running yet and to get to the launch site you had ...
... Initially, we thought they were chipmunks, but a ranger later told us that they are actually golden-mantled ground squirrels. Along the rim of the crater, there were a lot of spooky-looking dead trees that had been killed by dwarf mistletoe, a parasitic plant.
Hiking back down to the bottom, we took the Fumarole Bay Trail, which runs along western shore of the island to Fumarle Bay. It was a very rocky trail and made for some ...