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Mt. Shasta sulphur springs

On the high valley about 200 feet below the summit of Mt. Shasta, California lies a series of hot sulphur fumaroles that show that the peak is still active, though dormant.  The entire summit plateau smells of rotten eggs, the ground itself hisses w/ a warm sensation.  This is also the location of John Muir's famous survival during a blizzard on the summit of the peak in 1875.  While a few pools are visible, this panorama shows the overall area of geothermal activity.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 10/09/2013
Uploaded: 26/09/2013
Updated: 19/05/2016


Tags: mount shasta; california; volcano; cascade range; hot sulphur springs; fumarole
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