Mount Scott (Oregon)


Mount Scott (Oregon)

Infobox Mountain
Name = Mount Scott
Photo = Mount_Scott_(Oregon).png Caption = Mount Scott, viewed from the southwest
Elevation = convert|8934|ft|m cite web
url = http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/ds_mark.prl?PidBox=NZ1026
title = NGS Data Sheet for 8938
publisher = U.S. National Geodetic Survey
accessdate = 2008-04-02
]
Range = Cascades
Location = Klamath County, Oregon, USA
Prominence = convert|3009|ft|m [ cite web
url = http://www.peakbagger.com/peak.aspx?pid=2455
title = Mount Scott, Oregon
publisher = Peakbagger.com
accessdate = 2008-04-02
]
Coordinates = coord|42.9229085|-122.0178030|format=dms|region:US_type:mountain|display=title,inline [GNIS|1149176|Mount Scott]
Topographic
USGS Crater Lake East
Type = Stratovolcano
Volcanic_Arc/Belt = Cascade Volcanic Arc
Age = about 420,000 years cite book
last = Wood
first = Charles A.
coauthors= Jürgen Kienle, eds.
title = Volcanoes of North America
publisher = Cambridge University Press
date = 1990
isbn = 0-521-43811-X
pages = p.193-195
]
Last eruption =
First ascent =
Easiest route =

Mount Scott is a small stratovolcano on the southeast flank of Crater Lake in southern Oregon. Its summit is the highest point within Crater Lake National Park. A small fire tower stands on the summit, at the end of a trail that zigzags approximately convert|1500|ft|m up the mountain. The mountain is named for Oregon pioneer Levi Scott, founder of Scottsburg, Oregon. cite book
last = Corning
first = Howard M.
title = Dictionary of Oregon History
publisher = Binfords & Mort Publishing
year = 1956
isbn = 0-8323-0449-2
]

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