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Old 05-03-2010, 02:51 PM   #1
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One of the places we plan to visit this summer is Crater Lake, OR, staying at Crater Lake Resort. On leaving Crater Lake, we plan to continue north on US-97 to SR-58, where we will turn toward Springfield. My question - upon leaving Crater Lake Resort, should I back-track down SR-62 and pick up US-97, or can I continue north on CR-623 and connect with US-97?
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Old 05-03-2010, 03:21 PM   #2
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I just did that trip last year, however I did it in my car. There should be no issue for a MH, just be very cautious the first few miles while on the Rim Drive. Once you drop down from that it is a great road.

Enjoy the views, and make sure that you bring your camera. If you feel in shape, try to schedule a boat ride out to Wizard Island. Very cool , very informative and of course very fun ! However it is a 1.1 mile trail down to the lake, with a 700-800 foot drop in elevation. Easy to go down, a little more difficult to go up and bring your mosquito repellent (they are bad within the shade of the trail).

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