Warm colors on a blue backdrop mark the Crater Lake National Park Blanket. The blanket is perfect for sitting next to America's deepest lake and is made from 100% virgin wool, crafted in Pendleton's historic mill. The blanket features a signature brand label that holds the park name.
Crater Lake National Park is named after the caldera of Crater Lake, a reference to the destroyed volcano Mount Mazama. The national park was established in 1902 and is known for its namesake lake which is often considered the seventh deepest in the world, going as far down as 1,943 feet. The lake is filled entirely by snow and rain, having no streams connected to it.