Note: Formerly known as Forgotten Crater, Williams Crater was named after
geologist Howell Williams.
Located four tenths of a mile west of Hillman Peak, this crater can
be seen as one rounds the north side of the Watchman. A flat hill,
capped with red, it terminates the ridge that runs down from the Hillman
Peak in a westerly direction.
This volcanic outlet consists of two craters. The main crater has an
approximate diameter of 300 feet and a depth of about 75 feet, and a
small subsiding crater to the east of the main outlets has a 50 foot
diameter and only a slight depth. .... [Forgotten
Crater, Nature Notes From Crater Lake, Vol. 5, No. 3, 1932]