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Crater Lake

Traveling Guided Walk

SN: 121288 - 2022

when is the event

Previous event - 702 DAYS AGO

Starting Mon, Jun 20th, 2022 for 1 day

Start table open: Daylight hours

where is the event

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

The address/location to the start table for mapping services such as Google or Siri is as follows:

WARNING: The map pin is for reference only and may not accurately indicate the start box location or the event start.

reasons to do the event

Special programs

None provided

CC: Klamath County


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Event comments

Normally there is still snow in the area and 11 km route is impassable for this date. The 6 km is sometimes closed as well. The park normally plows the Rim Village area so you can see the lake and walk along some viewing areas.

conditions for the event

Rating: 2B, Distance: 6, 11km

Restrooms: Yes

Pets: No

Strollers: Hard

Wheelchairs: No

Event information

The 6 km walk will start at the Rim Village Visitor Center and walk along the rim of Crater Lake on the Discovery Point Trail to Discovery Point then return back to the start of the Garfield Peak trail before returning to the Visitor Center. The 6 km route is rated 2B. For those doing the 11 km route, walkers will complete the 6 km route then walk to Garfield Peak. This 5 km portion of the walk is rated 4D as the trail is steep, narrow and has loose gravel and very uneven footing. The side of the trail is a drop off and there is no guard rail. The US Park Service rates the Garfield Peak Trail as Strenuous. Great views along the Discovery Point Trail and on top of Garfield Peak. If snow conditions block either of the trails (frequently until mid July) there may be a 2 km trail that will be on cleared sidewalks and pavement in the Rim Village area with views of Crater Lake and Wizard Island Park entrance fees in 2020 are $30 per vehicle (car). Golden Age Passes and America the Beautiful Senior Passes allow free admittance. Must show pass and photo ID.


how to get to the event

Driving to the start

From Medford/Ashland take I-5 north to State Highway 62. East on Highway 62 for 71 miles. LEFT on Munson Valley Rd/ Rim Village road to Rim Village

Maps phrase and directions link

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event sponsor

Rose City Roamers (AVA-0446)

Event website: www.rosecityroamers.org

point of contact

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