Spring Creek Ranch

Address: 47600 Highway 97 North, Chiloquin, Oregon, 97624, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 47600 Highway 97 North, Chiloquin.
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Travel Blogs from Chiloquin

Crater Lake: Ten Years Later

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 27, 2014

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... spending months without hiking, and my 30-year-old body can certainly feel it. I love it and am so glad to be back to fresh air and hiking daily! The hike up Mount Scott would bring us to the highest point within the park at 8,929 feet, and an old fire lookout. The elevation gain was 1,250 feet, which explains the sore legs. The views were incredible almost the entire way up, with different angles of the lake and surrounding mountains around ...

The belly of the volcano...

A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Aug 01, 2014

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... follows - the Queen cheerfully approaches the Earl and then greets him with the quip: "My Lord, I had forgotten the ****!"… You have to love Queen Lizzy the first!...and English humour hasn't changed much since then... ;-) As I said, totally off topic, but still I had to share that gem! Anyway tonight we rest in Crescent City, back in California, on the way to see the huge Redwoods and growing ever nearer to the end of our incredible ...

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on May 27, 2014

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... watched a 20-minute film of the history of Crater Lake. Crater Lake became the 6th national park, signed into bill by President Theodore Roosevelt. Can you imagine what would have happened if Roosevelt had not done so?

On the way back to the North Entrance we stopped at the Crater Lake Lodge for a self-guided tour. And again, we stopped at the overlooks for our last views of Crater ...

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 15, 2013

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... not a huge waterfall, Plaikni Falls is in a very beautiful setting. It is completely fed by snowmelt, so I imagine it would be more impressive earlier in the year. After a few pictures, we headed back to the car and followed Pinnacles Road to the end at Pinnacles Overlook.

The Pinnacles are really cool fossil fumaroles, where volcanic gases and rose up through ash and formed erosion-resistant rock in the form of spires. We ...

Alas, Mountains!

A travel blog entry by nomadmerissa on Jun 09, 2013

After 2,300+ miles on the road, 10 states, and so much more, we made it to Oregon! Today was easily one of the best days of my life. Justin, Emily, Heshaum, and myself ventured around Crater Lake. It was the first time I’ve ever done mountain hiking, and ...