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Private Tour: Mt Hood and Columbia River Gorge Day Trip from Portland
"Your private day trip begins with pickup from your downtown Portland hotel in the morning. Relax in the comfort of a luxury vehicle as you travel along the Historic Columbia River Highway through the Columbia River Gorge and around Mt Hood all while enjoying views of mountain vistas and spectacular waterfalls including the second-tallest perennial waterfall in the US Multnomah Falls.Along the way your expert guide will stop to lead you on several nature walks to give you an appreciation of the pristine Pacific Northwest landscape. Be sure to have your camera ready as you hike along easy trails suitable for every kind of adventurer. As you continue driving east
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Morning Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
"Crown Point Vista House best known of the scenic lookouts along the Historic Columbia River Highway provides a panoramic view of the Columbia River. The Crown Point Vista House was built in 1916 and refurbished and completely remodeled in 2005 with its beautiful marble interior and brass fixtures.Latourell Falls plunges 249 feet (76 m) over a massive wall of columnar basalt some of the best formations in the Pacific Northwest before cascading hastily toward the Columbia River. This waterfall is usually most recognized for the large patch of bright yellow lichen adorning the cliff face to the right of the falls and this characteristic has led many famous photographers to this captivating location. If you stand in just the right place
From $60.00
 
Afternoon 2PM-Half Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
"Crown Point Vista House best known of the scenic lookouts along the Historic Columbia River Highway provides a panoramic view of the Columbia River. The Crown Point Vista House was built in 1916 and refurbished and completely remodeled in 2005 with its beautiful marble interior and brass fixtures.Latourell Falls plunges 249 feet (76 m) over a massive wall of columnar basalt some of the best formations in the Pacific Northwest before cascading hastily toward the Columbia River. This waterfall is usually most recognized for the large patch of bright yellow lichen adorning the cliff face to the right of the falls and this characteristic has led many famous photographers to this captivating location. If you stand in just the right place
From $60.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Crater Lake National Park

CONIFER POLLEN

The waters of Crater Lake are some of the clearest in the World. There are very few impurities within its waters - also no outlets and the water is from snow and rain. Deep blue colors are due to the...
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mtncorg
Apr 04, 2011

a place for big snows

Crater Lake National Park gets more than its share of snow. The Pacific Northwest is noted for precipitation and the lake's elevation and relative location to northwesterly winds makes for lots of it....
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richiecdisc
Oct 16, 2009

DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS

Birds and animals are a part of the natural ecosystem and you are not supposed to feed them. Depencency on human food might lead the animal to not being able to survive the long winter, though, with...
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mtncorg
Nov 06, 2003

DON'T FEED THE ANIMALS

The Clark's Nutcracker is a pretty little bird that is probably bolder, in general, thatn even a blue jay, which says quite a lot. They will fly down to your hand in the remotest backcountry to take a...
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mtncorg
Nov 06, 2003

SNOW

Snow can lie across the Rim Drive until very late in the season. Seasons can also change very quickly up here. One day, it will be warm and sunny and the next day, someone turns the switch and winter...
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mtncorg
Nov 06, 2003

Warning Signs

Please obey all warning signs; they are there for your safety and to protect the park for future visitors. Stay away from the cliffs they sometimes give way.
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Basaic
Mar 02, 2010
 
 
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Cliffs and Bears

If you go hiking, OBEY the rules. There really are bears here.OBEY the posted signs. The cliffs are steep and deadly. Stay on the trails.
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WAHomeschool
Aug 03, 2003

Top Hotels in Crater Lake National Park

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Rim Drive, Crater Lake, Oregon, 97604, United States
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Top 5 Crater Lake National Park Writers

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"Basaic Crater Lake National Park Page"
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"Crater Lake National Park"
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"Reflections of Crater Lake"
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"The purest body of water in the world!"
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"OREGON"S FIRST NATIONAL PARK"
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