Features – Crater Lake Caldera

Crater Lake Caldera – Prominent Geological Features of Crater Lake National Park

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The Crater Lake Caldera, United States Geological Survey photograph

The 8 x 10 kilometer Crater Lake Caldera, in the southern Oregon Cascade mountain range, was formed by the collapse of the former Mount Mazama approximately 7,700 years ago.It’s highest point is 8,156 foot Hillman Peak and it’s maximum depth is 1,949 feet. It is the central feature of Crater Lake National Park and has been studied by geologists, limnologists, and others for over 100 years.

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Crater Lake National Park

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  1. Features – Applegate Peak
  2. Features – Bald Crater
  3. Features – Cloudcap
  4. Features – Crater Lake Caldera
  5. Features – Crater Peak
  6. Features – Desert Cone
  7. Features – Devils Backbone
  8. Features – Dutton Cliff
  9. Features – Eagle Crags
  10. Features – Garfield Peak
  11. Features – Godfrey Glen and Colonnades
  12. Features – Grouse Hill
  13. Features – Hillman Peak
  14. Features – Kerr Notch
  15. Features – Llao Rock
  16. Features – Llaos Hallway
  17. Features – Maklaks Crater (Diller Cone)
  18. Features – Mazama Rock
  19. Features – Mount Scott
  20. Features – Palisades
  21. Features – Phantom Ship
  22. Features – The Pinnacles
  23. Features – Pumice Castle
  24. Features – Pumice Desert
  25. Features – Pumice Point
  26. Features – Red Cone
  27. Features – Redcloud Cliff
  28. Features – Rugged Crest
  29. Features – Scoria Cone
  30. Features – Scott Bluff
  31. Features – Sentinel Rock
  32. Features – Skell Head
  33. Features – Sun Notch
  34. Features – Timber Crater
  35. Features – Union Peak
  36. Features – The Watchman
  37. Features – Williams Crater (Forgotten Crater)
  38. Features – Wineglass
  39. Features – Wizard Island

Note: the numbers associated with each feature name above correspond to their place on the Custom Google Map