Grow Spiritually at the Crater Lake
Crater Lake, in the state of Oregon, was formed when the upper areas of Mount Mazama collapsed, leaving behind a large hole, around 8,000 years ago.
However, the site is also featured in a Native American Klamath legend, which says that Llao (the Chief of the World Below) and Skell (the Chief of the World Above) created the indent in the land’s surface during a battle.
Today, Crater Lake is the centerpiece of Crater Lake National Park and is known for its clarity and deep blue hue. As there are no rivers flowing into or out of the lake, the waters are replenished with a 250-year cycle of evaporation and snow or rainfall – making this magical place a symbol for nature’s circle of life.