Petroglyph Nat'l Monu.: Volcan Volcano Peak
This is near the highest point on the Volcan volcano at the Petroglyph National Monument. One can see Albuquerque and the Sandias to the east, the Santa Fe mountains to the northeast, Redondo Peak to the north, Mount Taylor to the west, and the other volcanos to the south.
A small natural arch provides an entrance to this volcanic cave on the Volcan Volcano at the Petrogly...
This is on a pathway approaching Volcan volcano at the Petroglyph National Monument. The Volcan volca...
There is a large volcanic mound near this path between the Black and Volcan volcanoes.
This is on the path approaching Black volcano from the north.
This is on the path between Black volcano and JA Volcano. Black is to the north, and JA is to the south.
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