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United States : Oregon

10.4 miles (16.7 km) SW of Diamond Lake Junction, Klamath, OR, USA
Approx. altitude: 1647 m (5403 ft)
([?] maps: Google MapQuest Multimap topo aerial world confnav)
Antipode: 43°S 58°E

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#2: Looking east, second growth trees in the National Forest #3: I am standing near the Crater Lake National Park boundary sign at N43 W122 #4: Larry is standing on the spot

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  43°N 122°W (visit #1)  

#1: Looking west, old growth trees in the National Park

(visited by Ken Goyer and Larry Winiarski)

23-Oct-2000 -- On October 23, 2000 my friend Larry and I visited N43 W122. This place is located in eastern Oregon on the edge of Crater Lake National Park. It isn't really in eastern Oregon but Oregonians think everything east of the summit of the Cascade Mountains is eastern Oregon. This is because most of the population in Oregon lives west of the Cascades.

Longitude 122N is the eastern boundary line of Crater Lake National Park. If you look west you see the old growth forest that has been protected because it is in a national park. If you look east you see much younger trees in the national forest that have grown back since the original forest was cut.

Larry and I went directly to the site. I had researched the location on maps. Thanks to the forest service logging roads and using my Magellan GPS we could drive to within 500 feet with not so much as a wrong turn. Unfortunately the photo of my GPS zeroed out at N43 W122 didn't come out due to glare.

While this site is listed as 10.4 miles SW of Diamond Lake Junction and that location is helpful to find the site, the really premier landmark is Crater Lake. This site is on the northeast flanks of Crater Lake. We didn't go to see Crater Lake on this trip but I have included some USGS photos [not posted here due to copyright concerns] and if you are interested please visit the Crater Lake website. Many thanks to the Confluence project for making it possible to visit sites around the world from your own home.


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#1: Looking west, old growth trees in the National Park
#2: Looking east, second growth trees in the National Forest
#3: I am standing near the Crater Lake National Park boundary sign at N43 W122
#4: Larry is standing on the spot
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  Notes
On the edge of Crater Lake National Park.