Temporary Road Closure
Due to current Winter Storm Conditions, the North Entrance and West Rim Drive are temporarily closed. When conditions improve, the roads will be cleared and opened. Please check back for more information or call (541)594-3000.
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Crater Lake on Social Media
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Audio Available On-line
NPR's article "Documenting the Sound of Fallen Trees" originally broadcast September, 2011.
Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Public Broadcasting
Videos Available On-line
The Oregon Field Guide TV show (Oregon Public Broadcasting) has show segments available for viewing on-line.
The "Saving the Bull Trout of Sun Creek" segment was first broadcast in 2001.
The "Crater Lake Water Study" segment was first broadcast in 1998.
The "Crater Lake Mapping" segment was first broadcast in 2001.
The "Europa Project" segment was first broadcast in 2001.
The "Crater Lake's Dying Forest" segment was first broadcast in 2003.
The "Wolverine" segment was first broadcast in 2006.
Did You Know?
At 1,943 feet deep, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and one of the ten deepest lakes in the world!