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Menan North Butte, West Rim, Madison County, Idaho, USA
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The north Menan Butte is a very large volcanic tuff cone that stands 800 feet (250 m) above the Snake River at an elevation of 5619 feet (1712 m).  This image was taken on April 12, 2012 from the westerly rim of the cone.  The butte is publicly owned and hosts a maintained hiking trail around the rim and through the cratered center.

Copyright: Calvin K Mc Donald
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Uploaded: 19/04/2012
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