At the north finish of the Volcanic Heritage Beautiful Byway in southern Oregon is a lake with water so blue it will plainly blow your mind.
Prior to visiting Pit Lake Public Park, I'd seen photographs.
. The water in those pictures was a blue so soaked I questioned it very well may be genuine.
We pulled over between Hillman Pinnacle and Guardian Pinnacle and ventured onto the edge of an old spring of gushing lava.
The all encompassing perspective on its cerulean tone was strange.
Pit Lake's most memorable name goes back a few centuries to the Klamath clan, who called it Giiwaas.