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Crater Lake is America's deepest lake and scientists consider it to be the cleanest and clearest large body of water in the world! It’s vibrant blue color is a testament to its purity and depth and is fed almost entirely by rain and snowfall, which averages 38-44 feet per year. Oregon's Mount Mazama collapsed after a major eruption thousands of years ago resulting in this spectacular natural jewel located in the Pacific Northwest. The lake is more than 5 miles in diameter and is surrounded by 2,000’ steep rock walls. Summer: Ranger-guided boat tours with spectacular views of the Caldera walls from below "the Rim", biking, hiking old-growth forests and Crater Lake Lodge. Winter: Ranger-guided snowshoeing, cross country skiing and “Dancing Dozers”. Learn what it takes to keep the main park road open all year and the re-opening of the Rim Drive for Spring.
Made in the USA by Bennett-Watt Entertainment. Running time 51 minutes.