Historic Resource Study, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, 1984
V. Geological and Biological Information on Crater Lake Area
E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park
14. Mount Scott
This is what remains of a parasitic satellite cone of Mount Mazama that grew near its eastern base, presenting on the east a classic symmetrical volcanic silhouette. The western slope has been eroded by glaciation. It was built up before Mazama’s collapse and was probably a secondary vent during Mazama’s activity. Mount Scott is the park’s highest peak, at 8,926 feet.