Crater Lake National Park


A six-mile-wide caldera created by the eruption and collapse of Mt. Mazama around 7,000 years ago, the indescribably blue Crater Lake is the deepest in the United States and is the centerpiece for the nation’s fifth-oldest national park. It a beautiful place!

Crater Lake National Park


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