Crater Lake National Park Traveler Pin

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Crater Lake National Park Traveler Pin

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Pin Size: 1-1/8" Tall

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As witnessed by the Makalaks, ancient ancestors of the Klamath Tribe, 7,700 years ago, the towering Mount Mazama erupted then collapsed into a steaming caldera. Over centuries, this dormant volcanic basin filled with rain and snow, creating the pure blue Crater Lake. At 1,943 feet, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. On May 22, 1902 President Theodore Roosevelt designated Crater Lake National Park, teeming with wildlife, seasonal waterfalls, 90 miles of hiking trails, and striking reflections of the towering peaks above the crystal clear lake within its 183,000 acres.