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September 24, 2018 - 6 went

The National Park-to-Park Highway Turns 100

Crater Lake

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Added by Mark L.
on Sep 19, 2018.
 

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  • Mark L.

    On the road trip to follow the National Park-to-Park Highway last year, Crater Lake was one of our best stops. Snow and fog completely obscured the view, so we hiked around the rim and by early afternoon, got just a glimpse of the lake surface. have been there several times, but I wanted my friends, who had never been there before, to be able to see it. Even though it was early October, there was knee deep snow and some roads and trails were closed. We were getting ready to leave. Then it cleared quickly around 2 pm. WE got to take a lot of great photos.

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