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The Sublime at Crater Lake National Park

Serenity at Crater Lake National Park, page 1.

The Rim Village at Crater Lake National Park is all that is open to motorists during winter. Sometimes the road is closed. Check ODOT's Tripcheck to make certain. Of course, one can cross country ski or snowshoe, but we didn't. Hence the winter pictures are all taken at rim village.

Snow spun reflection at Crater Lake National Park.

Snowcapped Mt Thielsen peaking over the rim at Crater Lake.

Another of the many faces Mt Thielsen gives to the lake.

The crater shapes the lake.

The sun sets, painting lake and stone.

Winter at Crater Lake National Park

Winter gives a different face to Crater Lake, photographed from Rim Village.

Winter's serene peace at Crater Lake National Park.

Winter paints yet again at Crater Lake.

Summer Rains at Crater Lake

Rain drenched Wizard Island, page 2.

Rain paints the Phantom Ship and lake, page 3.

Summer rains at Crater Lake are noteworthy as they seldom come
... and we leave them behind

Mt Scott rises to the occasion.

Hiking Garfield Peak at the rim at Crater Lake.

Hiking to the water's edge: Cleetwood Cove at Crater Lake.

Hiking to the top of Mt Scott at Crater Lake National Park.

The Pumice Castle on the eastern rim at Crater Lake.

The Phantom Ship driving on the eastern rim at Crater Lake, page 1.

The Phantom Ship at Crater Lake, page 2.

Hiking out on Sun Notch and the Phantom Ship at in the last vestiges of dawn.

Vidae Falls not far from Sun Notch: Hiking to the best view of Phantom Ship on Crater Lake.

Crater Lake Pinnacles on the eastern rim.

A Volcanic Bouquet: Crater Lake Pinnacles on the Eastern Rim.

Annie Creek Waterfalls grace the canyon on the southern flank of Mt Mazama, mountain of Crater Lake.

 

Next: Special Scenic Places near to Crater Lake and Gathering Light ... a retreat.

Listing pages:

Page 1: Site Structure and Breakdown, Page 2: Category Headings, Page 3: The Umpqua River and Tributaries, Page 4: Crater Lake National Park, Page 5: Little Known Special Places near Crater Lake National Park, Page 6: Oregon and California Coasts and Redwoods, Page 7: Over the River and through the Woods Scenic Byway, Page 8: The 75 mile stretch from Smith Rock State Park to Newberry National Volcanic Monument and the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway, Page 9: Oregon Outback Scenic Byway, Page 10: Surprise Valley - the Warner Mountains, Page 11: the Salmon River in northern California, page 12, the Shasta Trinity Tour, Page 13: Crater Lake on the Diverse Loop Tour and Page 14: The Beautiful West Cascades National Scenic Byway in Oregon.