Hope you all enjoyed our day of travel yesterday, as we chugged our way across the country, enjoying some coffee together!
Today we find ourselves up at Crater Lake. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States, and the 9th deepest in the world.
It’s a beautiful lake, and the train will stop to let people off to participate in any number of activities!
Just like Baxter, there is hiking for those who are so inclined (you can even hike down to the lake and enjoy some time on a boat and perhaps a trip out to Wizard Island).
You can stay at the lodge and enjoy the views from the comfort of a lounge-chair with a few simple walks on a relatively level surface.
Or you can stay on the train for a ride around the lake, with occasional viewpoint stops along the way!
There are a lot of stories to tell about Crater Lake, and many people have their own experiences there — have you been before?
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