Tags » Crater Lake

The Jewel of the Cascades

Crater Lake is a geological wonder.  While Crater Lake National Park was established in 1902, the lake itself was formed 7,700 years ago when Mt. Mazama erupted.  415 more words

Mount Shasta, Timberline, And The Relative Size Of Cascade Volcanos

Though Mount Shasta is the largest and second highest of the great volcanoes of the Cascade Range, it’s appearance is remarkably different in some respects than many of its famous siblings to the north. 1,423 more words

Mount Shasta

PCT 8/7/17 - Day 96

Crater Lake detour Day 1 – 19 miles to Mazama Village! 75 more words

Pacific Crest Trail

New Parks, New Cans - Pendleton and ROGUE ALES

This summer is a fantastic time to celebrate your favorite National Park with Pendleton Pale Ale – now available in Crater Lake, Rainier, Grand Canyon and Yosemite park cans! 43 more words

Collaborations And Cobrandings

Redwoods or Bust - Fourth Entry

Strange and wonderful how God provides a place of healing for you when you don't even know you are going to need it. Yet, that was the realization that came to me today. 772 more words

Photography

Redwoods or Bust - Third Entry

We found Crater Lake–Judy's one desire of the trip–in dense smoke. So disappointing! Due to my need to spend four hours in the AT&T store yesterday, we arrived at Crater Lake much later than expected. 438 more words

Photography

7/27/17 - Mile 1845.3, Diamond Lake Lodge, OR

A little late on this post due to weak cell signal or functional wifi anywhere this week. Also, sorry, photo captions are not working in iOS WordPress app at the moment. 773 more words

Pacific Crest Trail