More Crater Lake
Situated high in the Cascade Mountain Range, Crater Lake National Park is a great place to begin your search for scenic waterfalls. Melting snow in the spring and early summer brings many impromtu cascades and waterfalls. As the snowplows open the roads, more viewing opportunities are possible while in lower elevations access may be year-round.
Waterfalls in the park
Highway 62 West
Highway 138 West of Diamond Lake
Highway 138 East of Glide
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Crater Lake National Park: A Global Treasure by Ann Sutton and Myron Sutton. Stunning color photographs, along with historical photographs, charts, and drawings, illustrate their fascinating exploration of the only national park in Oregon. Order now..
Crater Lake National Park: A History by Rick Harmon. Overview of the geography, geology, and wildlife of Crater Lake and its surroundings. In tracing the origins of the park, which was established in 1902, portraits of the key individuals who founded, shaped, and managed Crater Lake National Park over the past one hundred years are revealed. Order now..
Crater Lake Gem of the Cascades by K R. Cranson. This geological account of Crater Lake National Park incorporates the latest research conducted in the park by United States Geological Survey geologists and other scientists. This edition has 9 chapters, an appendix, glossary, references and index. A special section features 17 color photographic plates illustrating key geological features in the park. Order now...
Trails of Crater Lake National Park & Oregon Caves National Monument by William L. Sullivan. This guide includes everything you need to visit to Crater Lake and Oregon Caves; detailed descriptions of every trail, sightseeing suggestions, and tips on where to stay. Included are color guides to the wildflowers and wildlife of the parks, as well as illustrated chapters about the parks' history and geology. Order now...
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