Peak(s):  Garfield Peak, OR - 8054
Applegate Peak, OR - 8126
Dutton Ridge, OR - 8147
Mount Scott, OR - 8929
Cloudcap, OR - 8065
Llao Rock, OR - 8049
Hillman Peak, OR - 8151
The Watchman, OR - 8013
Date Posted:  09/14/2014
Date Climbed:   08/23/2014
Author:  Kevin Baker
Additional Members:   sstratta
 Crater Lake National Park Rim Traverse   

I wrote a TR over on Summit Post of a full traverse of the crater rim at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. It was an awesome hike with some pretty sweet views of the lake!

Crater Lake National Park Rim Traverse

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Comments or Questions
09/15/2014 03:50
is this place for real or made up?

Really neat outing Kevin, just got added to the list!

09/15/2014 04:22
One winter for work I went to Klamath falls and got done with work early so I drove up there and it was amazing, I always wanted to go back and this trip report is very inspirational, thanks for sharing! This is on my list now too.

Heading to Bend next week!
09/15/2014 18:28
This is very timely. I've already been to Mt Scott before, but other places on your journey need to be visited!

Love this place ...
09/16/2014 18:40
Stayed in this area and did a few of those peaks during our ”summer of volcanoes” climbing tour many moons ago. Crater Lake is an amazing place ... surreal. Thanks for posting. Happy trails!

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