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Hillman Peak, Crater Lake National Park

Hillman Peak, Crater Lake National Park

Hillman Peak, Crater Lake National Park

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Object Title: Hillman Peak, Crater Lake National Park


Page By: theronmoon

Created/Edited: Aug 19, 2007 / Aug 19, 2007

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I was finally able to make a small dream of mine come true, climbing the highpoint of the Crater Lake Caldera, Hillman Peak. As a child I was able to visit the park twice and fell deeply in love with the region. On my third trip to Oregon this year I was able to get away from family and go to Crater Lake. Hillman Peak is the second highest point in the park, the highest being Mount Scott. Hillman has a prominence value of P1439. The summit of Hillman rises two thousand feet from surface of the lake in a short half mile. It was truelly one of my favorite experiences in my life to stand on the highest point of this insane caldera.
Straight down to the lake!

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JanellNice pics!!


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So freakin beautiful there! I like your straight down shot!
Posted Nov 23, 2007 9:32 pm

lcarreauThis is great ...


Voted 10/10

I love Crater Lake as much as I love the desert!
You really took some amazing pics when you were there!
Best wishes TO you and your family. Please keep em comin'! -LARRY
Posted Apr 11, 2008 2:15 pm

theronmoonRe: This is great ...


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Thanks for the kind words. I must say though that Crater Lake makes taking pictures pretty easy. But it is a unique perspective from the summit of Hillman. Already looking forward to someday going back.
Posted Apr 11, 2008 5:05 pm



Voted 10/10

My wife and i went up Mt. Scott this summer and, after seeing your photos here we will be doing Hillman next summer!!

Posted Jan 13, 2010 8:13 pm

theronmoonRe: Well,


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You won't regret it! Crater Lake is a special place. Dreamland.

Next time I go I want to do Scott. Cheers to you.
Posted Jan 17, 2010 7:40 am

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