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This trail leads you through mountain hemlock-shasta red fir forest. There are some openings which give you fantastic veiws of the lake below. Wildlife in the area are ground squirrles, chipmunks, and deer.
Near the dock you may see a snake, or lizards sunning them selfs on the rocks. The trail was named Cleetwood, which was a 26-foot spruce boat used by the first survey party to map and measure the depth of Crater Lake in 1886.
See Gorp's Crater Lake National Park feature for more information on the park itself.Directions
Parking area on Rim Drive 4.5 miles east of north-rim road jct.Highlights
It's the only trail leading to Crater Lake. You may take a two hour boat tour weather permitting. Plan for at least 1 hour for just the hike. Bring water.