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Crater Lake National Park

Answer these Crater Lake facts.
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Last updated: August 12, 2021
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US state where you find Crater Lake NP.
Oregon
Mountain range where you will find Crater Lake NP.
Cascades
Name of the former mountain/volcano that is now Crater Lake.
Mazama
Did that mountain/volcano explode, collapse, both, or neither?
Both
Name of the small volcano that is an island in Crater Lake.
Wizard Island
Number of streams running in or out of Crater Lake.
0
Depth of Crater Lake's deepest spot, the deepest in the United States. (to the nearest 1,000 feet)
2,000
Crater Lake is the 5th National Park established. What year was Crater Lake NP established?
1902
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Average annual depth of snowfall at Crater Lake. (to the nearest 10 feet)
50
Colorful, but not all that creative, former name of Crater Lake given by white "discoverers".
Deep Blue Lake
Name of the 33 mile scenic road, both East and West, that goes around Crater Lake.
Rim Drive
The one trail, Cleetwood Cove Trail, that allows lake access is listed as "steep and strenuous" and descends _______ feet in 1.1 miles; an 11% grade. (to the nearest 100 feet)
700
Approximate number of years ago that the mountain departed. (to the nearest 100 years) Hint: 5,000 < answer < 10,000
7,700
The lake is 6,173 feet above sea level, the highest spot on the rim is Hillman Peak at 8,150. To better imagine the amount of dispersed material, what was the estimated height of the former mountain/volcano? (to the nearest 1,000 feet)
12,000
The origin legend of the battle that formed Crater Lake, is of two Chiefs, Llao of the Below World and Skell of the Above World. What Native American people group gave us this legend?
Klamath People
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