Crater Lake was formed during the eruption of Mount Mazama some 7,700 years ago, when it collapsed into a caldera. The caldera filled with rainwater and the resulting lake is the deepest in the United States at 1,943 feet deep.
The rim of the caldera ranges from 7,000 to 8,000 feet with the surface of the lake at around 6,178 feet. The cinder cone of Wizard Island rises out of the lake, reminding us that the story of Crater Lake did not end with the explosion of Mount Mazama.
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The data for our maps is gathered using LiDAR sensors. This lets us resolve terrain detail down to about 2 feet wide, which is 9x better than existing maps.
Our Cascade maps display the terrain, with nothing else getting in the way. You can see lava fields, glaciers, cinder cones, and other geological phenomena normally hidden from view.
From options like aluminum and acrylic to wood-mounted, we've selected the highest quality mediums to make your map pop.