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Modoc Rim overlook (winter perspective)
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View of Upper Klamath Lake from Modoc Rim near Modoc Point, Oregon during the winter months.  The largest lake in the state, it is a mere remnant of a much larger lake that existed during Pleistocene times.  Views of Mt. Shasta visible to the south, Mt. McLoughlin's prominent cone, and the Mountain Lakes Wilderness and Pelican Butte nearby.  Highway 97 follows alongside the nearly frozen lake 1200' below.

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Uploaded: 09/02/2014
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