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The fourth stop of the trip was Lake Crescent, a glacially carved lake. Its 624 foot depth makes it the second deepest lake in the state (second to Lake Chelan). From Wikipedia: “Many geologists believe that Lake Crescent and nearby Lake Sutherland formed at the same time, but became separated by the landslide. This theory is supported by Klallum tribe legend which tells a story of Mount Storm King being angered by warring tribes and throwing a boulder to cut Lake Sutherland in two, resulting in Lake Crescent.”