Dawson House Lodge

109455 Hwy 97 N, Chemult, Oregon, 97731, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on 109455 Hwy 97 N, Chemult.
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    Travel Blogs from Chemult

    Crater Lake: Ten Years Later

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 27, 2014

    23 photos

    We woke up bright and early to make our drive from the redwoods to Crater Lake National Park. As Erik mentioned in the last post, we visited this area of the country ten years ago while we were in college. Neither of us realized it had been a full ten years until recently, but the last time we were at Crater Lake was in May of 2004. At that point, we had no idea what we were getting into and were only able to check out the first lookout point in the ...

    Day #4 E. Davis CG to Kiahanie CG

    A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Aug 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Lakes Hwy. got on Hwy. 58 and did a small climb up the Willamette Pass, then we cruised down the mountain for ~25 miles much of it over 30 mph! We got to zoom through a cool tunnel and it just kept going down. The only thing that took the smile off of my face was the thought of how close we came to having to climb up that pass from that side! God was really looking out for us on that one. We ...

    The belly of the volcano...

    A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Aug 01, 2014

    3 photos

    Crater Lake, OR – Crescent City, CA Wednesday 30th July – Friday August 1st The past few days we have been in the belly of the volcano… Mount Mazama to be precise... well it is now Crater Lake but the original volcano lies underneath. Here I steal someone else's far more eloquent description of it: Mount Mazama's eruption about 5700 B.C. catapulted volcanic ash miles into the sky and expelled so much pumice and ash that the ...

    Chasing Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 30, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... was the highest waterfall for the day at 275 feet, yet didn't have much water flow, so the falls would dance in the wind. The trail started downriver and worked up to the base of the falls, with several stops along the way for mossy rocks and rushing water.


    Crater Lake National Park

    A travel blog entry by sloanfamily on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... 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 ...