At Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho, a wind-whipped limber pine at Inferno Cone frames Big Cinder Butte. At about 800 vertical feet (6,515 feet in elevation), it’s one of the world’s largest purely basaltic cinder cones.
At Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho, a wind-whipped limber pine at Inferno Cone frames Big Cinder Butte. At about 800 vertical feet (6,515 feet in elevation), it’s one of the world’s largest purely basaltic cinder cones. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
At Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho, a wind-whipped limber pine at Inferno Cone frames Big Cinder Butte. At about 800 vertical feet (6,515 feet in elevation), it’s one of the world’s largest purely basaltic cinder cones. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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