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Get a rare look deep into the Rogue River Gorge

With little snow over the winter and warm, dry spring and summer weather, the Rogue River Gorge offers an unusual sight this year.

Instead of a powerful torrent, the river is a trickle through rocks sculpted by years of rushing water.

Weather records from Crater Lake National Park, where the river springs to life, show that the park has received just 38 percent of the 530 inches of snow it usually gets between Oct. 1 and July 6.