Hike Along The Rim Of A Dormant Volcano At This Extraordinary National Park In Oregon

There’s nowhere on Earth quite like Crater Lake, and here in Oregon, we are immensely proud to call it ours. There are many ways to experience this extraordinary national park in Oregon, from cruising the 33-mile-long Rim Drive that encircles the lake to chartering a boat that journeys through its pristine waters. Our favorite, however, is the old-fashioned way: on foot. Clocking in at an easy (and flat) four miles, the Discovery Point Trail is one of the most accessible and popular treks in the park, and it allows adventurers to literally hike along the rim of this magnificent dormant volcano in Oregon.

Crater Lake National Park charges a fee to enter; there is also an annual park-specific pass available. For more information, please visit the National Parks Service website.

Did you know you could hike along the rim of a dormant volcano here in Oregon? What a bucket-list-worthy adventure! For more information on the Discovery Point Trail, visit AllTrails.

Address: Crater Lake National Park, 1 Sager Building, Crater Lake, OR 97604, USA