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Capulin Mountain summit
New Mexico

View from the top of Capulin Mountain (Capulin Volcano - elev. 8,182') in Capulin Volcano National Monument near Capulin, New Mexico.  A former cinder cone volcano w/ trees and wind that circulate around the summit.  Views of the lava flows below as well as Sierra Grande, a large extinct shield volcano to the southeast.

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Uploaded: 11/04/2013
Updated: 23/04/2013
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