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Quality Inn Klamath Falls – Drive the Volcanic Legacy Scenic BywayPost navigation
Published On October 15, 2017

October 15, 2017

The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway All America Road is a 500 mile journey that takes the adventurist from volcano to volcano along the California and Oregon Cascade Range of Mountains.  The Southern end of this scenic drive begins at California’s Lake Almanor in the shadow of Mount Lasssen Volcanic National Park and culminates in Oregon at Crater Lake National Park.

Along this byway, you will be taken past the slopes of Mount Shasta, which summits at 14,162 feet, McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial Park, Lava Beds National Monument, Klamath Basin, and Mount McLoughlin.   In addition to having the ability to experience a geological expedition along this scenic byway, there are generous recreational activities you can engage in from birdwatching to hiking and winter shoeing or fishing, rafting,  and swimming.  Explore the world-class birding, abundant wildlife, charming towns, extraordinary cultural, historical and recreational opportunities. There is a plethora of activities you can engage as you make your way between the waypoints on this byway that explores the Cascades’ volcanic past.

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The Volcanic Legacy Byway will take you through Klamath Falls on the way to Crater Lake.  We recommend staying in Klamath Falls and enjoying the recreational activities and history of this logging town.

Finding a top-ranked hotel in Klamath Falls

If you are looking for a comfortable and affordable hotel in Klamath Falls as you make your way through the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, we recommend you book your stay at Quality Inn Klamath Falls.  Book your stay today at: