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Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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This morning I drove north to Crater Lake National Park in Oregon.  The lake was incredible.  It had a blue color I have never seen before.  So bright blue and clear!  Close ot the shore where I came in ...

World's Clearest and Stunning Blue Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

World's Clearest and Stunning Blue Lake

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen

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... shore and a small shop with homemade ice cream. Day 1 We headed to Crater Lake early in the morning. Established in 1902, Crater Lake National Park is the fifth oldest national park in the United States and the only one in the state of Oregon. The park ...

wie in der Eifel nur viel größer, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

wie in der Eifel nur viel größer

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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Grater Lake National Park is great and we had good weather. It is very pretty cold up there. So bring warm cloth for visit. Álso Crater Lake ist schon eine Nummer. Die Gegend ist so ein wenig wie die Eifel aber natürlich alles viel größer. Außerdem ...

Crater Lake -- the most beautiful in the world?, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake -- the most beautiful in the world?

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... blue lake  -- "The Jewel of the Cascades" -- placed in an improbable location, near the top of an volcanic crater. Crater Lake National Park is located in South Central Oregon.  Some might say it's in the middle of nowhere but I found the drive ...

Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake

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Today we drove to Crater Lake National Park which was about an hour drive north of Klamath Falls.  The drive was very picturesque with lots of rocky outcrops and pine trees lining the roads. Once in the National Park there were plenty of view ...

The Oregon Trail, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

The Oregon Trail

A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah

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Having left California for Oregon we also finally left the coast behind us and headed inland towards Crater Lake National Park.  Arriving at Crater Lake was a little bit like arriving at the Grand Canyon. After a long drive on dead straight roads ...

Oregon rocks!, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Oregon rocks!

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

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Oregon Lake Aprčs avoir redécouvert les parcs nationaux du sud-ouest avec plaisir, nous entamons avec le Crater Lake National Park les vraies nouveautés. Et quelle nouveauté ! Ni Julien ni moi n'avions jamais entendu parler de ce parc et aprčs avoir ...

Day 29-30: Tue - Wed, Aug 7-8, 1962: Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Day 29-30: Tue - Wed, Aug 7-8, 1962: Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by mikifluker

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... . We were so close yet so far away. Instead of beautiful images of the volcanic lake, our memories of Crater Lake National Park would always be Kilauea and Marilyn Monroe! Interesting daily links: http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/kilauea/history/1959Nov14/#episodes ...

Božské jezero zlých duší, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Božské jezero zlých duší

A travel blog entry by jaromir_mazak

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... . Závěr naší cesty nabral takové obrátky, že bylo nemyslitelné odbíhat k internetu. Teď už ale ke Crater lake, jezeru vzniklém po výbuchu sopky před 7700 lety. Výbuch byl asi 70krát až 100krát ...

Day 28: Mon Aug 6, 1962: Mt. Shasta to Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Day 28: Mon Aug 6, 1962: Mt. Shasta to Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by mikifluker

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... because I didn't know who she was at the time. The weather was becoming quite overcast as we drove towards Crater Lake National Park and the dreary weather would continue for the duration of our stay. Along the way, we encountered ...

Day 53 – Monday, May 20, 2013, Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Day 53 – Monday, May 20, 2013, Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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... very dangerous if there was heavy traffic.  It needs repair—maybe when the weather warms.  Tonight we drove back to the Crater Lake Lodge for dinner.  What an elegant meal in a scenic place.  Jim had a steak and Barbara had pork ...

Synchronicity, Snow and Water, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Synchronicity, Snow and Water

A travel blog entry by h.o.t.

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... 1:00 we had pitched the tent, had lunch and were heading further up the road (about 40 more miles) to get into Crater Lake National Park. This was a slightly deceiving drive as we were, as we later discerned, steadily climbing up a mountain, but it was ...

Snow..., Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Snow...

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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Crater Lake National Park is located a short 35 miles from our campground and was our first destination today.  Of course, we had to make an obligatory stop at the Fort Klamath General Store on the way  for some fresh made cinnamon sugar donuts ...

Crater Lake National Park, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress

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... , I cook a big breakfast, set a crock pot of ham & beans up and pack a lunch of PB&J.  We explore Crater Lake National Park by Jeep & on foot.  It really is breathtaking to see this several thousand foot crater filled with the bluest ...

Naturwunder!, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Naturwunder!

A travel blog entry by seeyou2011

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Fast wären wir an diesem unglaublichen Flecken Erde vorbei gefahren. Doch unser Vorauskomando Peter und Judy gaben uns diesen wertvollen Tip und so endeten wir an einem der bisherigen Highlights unserer Tour! Dieser knapp 2500m hohe Berg implodierte vor ...

What's with all this volcanic stuff?!, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

What's with all this volcanic stuff?!

A travel blog entry by steppingout

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So on our way to Cali-forn-i-a, we decided to make a quick pit stop at Crater Lake National Park near the Oregon/California border.  Crater Lake is exactly that, a beautiful, pristine body of cobalt blue water set in (you guessed it!) a dormant ...

Life in a Volcano, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Life in a Volcano

A travel blog entry by bekandjesse

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... our 4th state. After a 300+ mile drive we finally popped out of sunny California into Oregon. Our first pitstop was Crater Lake National Park. Another feather in the National Park Services cap, this natural wonder was once a volcano (who knew the US was ...

A Cratered Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

A Cratered Lake

A travel blog entry by hillaryandcase

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... view. It was freezing and early, but we had one of the best times on the whole trip. As you can see, we conducted a Crater Lake Sunrise Photo Shoot, and got some quality shots in. I particularly liked punching the sun and Case had all sorts of cool dance ...

Crater Lake National Park, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by nicholastjs

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A Thousands Words (or so)..., Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

A Thousands Words (or so)...

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so I just may make it easier on myself and just post some pictures of Crater Lake. Because it is incredibly blue—deep, beautiful, wine dark sea blue. Bluer than the Atlantic or Pacific blue. It turns out ...

Day 8:  Crater Lake National Park, OR, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Day 8: Crater Lake National Park, OR

A travel blog entry by life-in-a-yurt

Day 8 - Crater Lake National Park, OR - June 28, 2008 - Saturday   Drove to Crater Lake National Park today.  On the way we checked phone messages and received a message informing us that the campground we reserved at Crater Lake is ...

Crater Lake: Grandpa's Favorite Site in the U.S., Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake: Grandpa's Favorite Site in the U.S.

A travel blog entry by lstoneham

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... exceptionally clear, giving it a jewel-like beauty. Crater Lake is like Lake Louise in Banff National Park on steroids. We particularly wanted to visit Crater Lake because Mike’s dad George Stoneham said in his opinion it was the most beautiful ...

Den blĺ skřnhed, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Den blĺ skřnhed

A travel blog entry by kjer_rasmussen

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... af krateret, der huser USA's dybeste sř med en dybde pĺ 594 m. Der er ikke sĺ meget andet at sige end, at Crater Lake er guddommelig smuk og med sin meget dybblĺ farve var den en fantastisk kontrast, til de omkringliggende hvide skrćnter. Sřen var ...

Active volcano in a sparkling blue lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Active volcano in a sparkling blue lake

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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Tues 19th June cont. We arrived at the national park around midday and stopped in the visitor centre to watch the snow plough and history of how the lake was formed videos. Then we drove round to Rim Village to get our first view of the lake, which was ...

A long, beautiful drive., Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

A long, beautiful drive.

A travel blog entry by chris.simons26

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... a river up into the mountains. The scenery the entire way was stunning. We stopped briefly for lunch in Roseburg and arrived at Crater Lake in the early evening. It is absolutely stunning. Clear blue water, steep sides - it still looks exactly like a ...

Rim drive, swimming in the lake and sunset, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Rim drive, swimming in the lake and sunset

A travel blog entry by teamzandy

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Day two at Crater Lake was action packed and full of fun, we started with a trek to an overlook that gave spectacular views of the "Ghost Ship", we'd seen it the previous day from Garfield peak but had a much clearer view in the morning. Calling it a ...

Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by baphometdemon

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We took a day trip north to Crater Lake. We stopped at Fort Klamath for breakfast. We were recommended a hot spring north of the lake. We drove to the lake and walked around the rim. We went to the gift shop and I bought her a photo book of Oregon. We ...

Crater Lake National Park, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by gary.lorigan

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On the fourth of July we saw plenty of snow at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon.  Check out some of the pictures.  The lake is the deepest in the United State and it sits inside an 8000 year old volcano.  We were up about 7500 ft. ...

Not What I Expected, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Not What I Expected

A travel blog entry by mbowman

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... more popular park if people could drive to all the scenic points. The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) goes through the park, but it's outside the rim of Crater Lake so you can't actually see it. There are some splendid day hike opportunities, I choose to do Mt. ...

Crater Lake National Park, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by jerry.sue

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Crater Lake is a must see for everyone.  The 3 teenagers in my car said wow when they saw Crater ...

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