Oregon's Crater Lake National Park

Oregon's Crater Lake National Park

DVD - 2017
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Crater Lake is America's deepest lake and scientists consider it to be the cleanest and clearest large body of water in the world.
Publisher: [Issaquah, Washington] :, Bennett-Watt Entertainment, Inc.,, [2017]
ISBN: 9781604902099
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (51 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
4 3/4 in
laser optical,NTSC,rda
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Jul 30, 2017

(On DVD and not on the wondrous Crater Lake National Park.) Found this Park Service infomercial a great disappointment. Problem is the very limited topics concerning this gem of a less traveled destination, Oregon’s only national park:
1. Ranger guided boat tours with views of the Caldera walls from the lake. (Best segment of the DVD but rudimentary info on geology and culture of the lake.)
2. Park activities as biking, hiking old growth forests and Crater Lake Lodge. (Did not show the must do rim 33 mile drive/bike-ride with big elevation changes.)
3. Way too long feature of Ranger guided snow shoeing, cross country skiing. (Not unique activities for visitors.)
4. “Dancing Dozers” to keep the main park road open all year and the re-opening of the Rim Drive for Spring. (Never saw them before but suspect ordinary park visitors would be unable to watch/observe them in action.)
Notes, Crater Lake (CL) vs. Lake Tahoe (LT) per wiki:
Rim drive distance: CL 53 km vs. LT 110 km (LT Rim trail 266 km)
Lake Area: CL 53.35 km² vs LT 490 km² (largest alpine lake in North America)
Max. depth: CL 593 m (Deepest in USA) vs LT 501 m (Second only to CL)


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