This is one of the most popular and rewarding hikes in the park. It climbs 1,000 feet to the summit of Garfield Peak, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the lake and beyond.
Wizard Island, a cinder cone in the lake, requires a boat tour to access. Hike 2.5 miles round trip to reach the cone's summit.
This is the only trail that leads to the shore of Crater Lake. It is a steep and challenging hike, but it rewards you with access to the water and the boat dock.
This is the highest point in the park at 8,929 feet. The trail is 5 miles round trip and ascends through a forested slope to a fire lookout tower.
An easy, family-friendly 2-mile round trip hike to a snowmelt-fed waterfall. Enjoy a meadow adorned with seasonal wildflowers along the way.
This is a short and easy hike that showcases some of the park’s geological features. The trail follows a canyon filled with volcanic spires called pinnacles.
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