Hike Below The Earth’s Surface And Into A Large Volcanic Fissure At Oregon’s Crack-In-The-Ground Trail
Oregon is full of natural wonders that offer a glimpse into the state’s fascinating history. Eastern Oregon, for example, is home to fossil beds that trace back to prehistoric times. Southern Oregon’s redwood forests boast 300-foot giants that have been around for 800 years! And in central Oregon, Crack-in-the-Ground is an ancient volcanic fissure that’s over two miles long and up to 70 feet deep — and you can hike straight through this unique geological feature on the eponymous 1.7-mile Crack-in-the-Ground Trail.
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