16 in x 16 in
Mount Mazama once stood over 12,000 feet tall, but 7,700 years ago it erupted cataclysmically and gave away its foundation. Collapsing in on itself, the peak became a caldera that now holds the deepest lake in the U.S. with the clearest water in the world.
Available in light and dark themes, this map focuses on the lake first and foremost. Faint contour lines give a sense of the surrounding geography without taking attention away from the lake. Bathymetry is shown, too, giving a sense of the lake's underwater landscape and revealing its depths and shallows.
This map is printed on paper with a satin finish, giving it a slight gloss and gently pebbled texture that looks great hung on its own or framed.