Don your hiking boots and get ready for the ultimate hiking trip near Crater Lake National Park! Located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake -the deepest lake in the United States- was formed after the collapse of an ancient volcano over 7,000 years ago. The result is an awe-inspiring sight that will leave no outdoor lover indifferent. With 90 miles of trails and countless remarkable viewpoints over the lake's clear blue waters and surrounding snow-capped peaks, the National Park is a hiking enthusiast's paradise. Climb to the summit of Mount Scott- the park's highest point- for some spectacular views of the caldera, or walk down Cleetwood Cove Trail to the lake's shoreline for an invigorating dip. If you find the water too cold, you'll delight in the possibility to retreat back to your cozy cabin for a soak in your own hot tub -the ultimate relaxation after an amazing day hiking at Crater Lake National Park.