Annie Creek Canyon Trail
Annie Creek Canyon Trail is a moderate, lightly trafficked hike in Crater Lake National Park that leads you down into a canyon beside the plateau that the Mazama Campground sits on. This makes it an easy adventure for campers. The hike has a bit of a workout involved, but it’s mostly a meandering walk along a pretty stream. Expect light traffic.
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Route Description for Annie Creek Canyon Trail
Annie Creek Canyon Trail is a beautiful canyon hike that begins and ends in the Mazama Campground in Crater Lake National Park. It’s a perfect adventure for campers and it offers enjoyable canyon scenery. The hike is bookended by moderate climbs, offering enough of a workout without getting too difficult.
Our route runs counterclockwise, but you can also go clockwise if you prefer to have a downhill slope for the bulk of the hike.
From the trailhead, hike to the rim of the canyon and take a right. Follow the rim until you reach the trail that descends to the canyon floor. You’ll hike north along the stream, gently ascending until the trail makes a sharp left turn to ascend the canyon once more. Take a left at the top to return to the campground.
Getting to the Annie Creek Canyon Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for Annie Creek Canyon Trail is in the Mazama Campground.
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