View of Fort Rock State Park in south Central Oregon's high desert. Fort Rock is a circular caldera that was formed by an ancient volcanic eruption in an area that once was an expansive inland freshwater sea. To put its size in perspective, you may be able to see a couple of white dots near the base of the right side of the caldera—one of those dots is the RV where the park host lives, the other is the restroom facility near the parking lot.
A sweeping view of the prominent Three Sisters mountains in the Central Oregon Cascades. This view from Indian Ford Meadow Preserve in Sisters, OR. From left to right, South Sister, Middle Sister, and North Sister.
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