Base of Rabbit Ears in fog
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Base of Rabbit Ears in fog

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Rabbit Ears are a pair of two andesite plugs in Rogue River National Forest west of Crater Lake.  They are named for their appearance of rabbit ears as seen from the east, particularly through forest openings on SR-230.  This view is directly below the base of the west ear.  Both plugs rise about 400' above the surrounding area.

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