What a sight! Despite being one of the snowiest places in Oregon, the last signs of winter have finally disappeared from Crater Lake National Park. The melted snow recharges the lake, home to some of the clearest waters in the world. Enjoy amazing views of this sapphire jewel on a hike, ride or drive on Rim Road. Photo by Nathanael Asaro (www.sharetheexperience.org).
Happy birthday, Crater Lake National Park!
Established in 1902, this stunning Oregon park is a true natural wonder, famous for its deep blue lake and endless recreational opportunities. Check out 12 things you might not know about Crater Lake: https://on.doi.gov/2rZxPW4
Photo by Greg Nyquist (www.sharetheexperience.org).
Crater Lake National Park in Oregon is not only one of the most beautiful places in the country but also one of the snowiest. Park staff work hard to keep the road to the Rim Village open year round, but all of Rim Drive won’t be open for months. Free guided snowshoe walks will continue through the end of April and cross country skis are recommended for those who want to explore the park off plowed roads. With views like this, how can you not want to see more? Photo by Eric Valentine (www.sharetheexperience.org).
Sunrise over Crater Lake National Park is one of the most stunning sights in Oregon. Photo by Curtis Smith (www.sharetheexperience.org).
Crater Lake National Park in Oregon is beyond beautiful. No place else on earth combines picturesque islands with a pure blue lake surrounded by cliffs almost 2,000 feet high. Witnessing sunrise at this spectacular park as the sun’s golden light warms the lake’s sloping sides is a moment that’ll stick with you for a lifetime. Photo by Kevan Corella (www.sharetheexperience.org).
There’s no better place to celebrate Earth Day than America’s public lands. Scenes like this from Crater Lake National Park in Oregon remind us of the beauty and fragility of nature. Clear skies, fresh air, pure water and the serene sounds of breezes and birds inspire us to experience the natural world and protect it for future generations. Sunrise photo by Helen Kehrt (www.sharetheexperience.org).