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Volvanic Legacy Scenic Byway

This diverse 140 mile byway follows the brims of lakes, diverse wetlands, scenic ranches, thriving croplands, and forests full of bald eagles. It passes Crater Lake National Park and historic Crater Lake Lodge. It also threads its way through volcanic landscapes, craggy mountain reaches, and high-desert wetlands.

As the byway passes the 90,000 surface-acre Upper Klamath Lake, you can see over 1 million birds during peak migrations in the fall. The Klamath Basin is the largest freshwater ecosystem west of the Great Lakes and the largest concentration of wintering bald eagles in the lower 48 states.

Six National Wildlife Refuges in these wetlands were favorite fishing spots of President Roosevelt.

You can also visit the same Pelican Bay where John Muir (naturalist, writer, conservationist, and founder of the Sierra Club) wrote "The Story of My Boyhood and Youth" in 1908.

Visit the Volvanic Legacy Scenic Byway

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