Little Crater Lake is easily accessible by a short 1/4 mile path. And man, oh man, is it gorgeous! The water is soooo crystal clear, and the color of it is amazing. My favorite feature (besides the color, of course) are the large fallen trees sitting at the bottom of the lake, some 45 feet deep. According to the Mt Hood National Forest website, the lake is considered a geologic oddity, possibly created by artesian water forcing its way through the soft volcanic rock, creating a "blowhole."
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