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Craters of the Moon National Park
The eerie Craters of the Moon National Park is around ninety miles west of Idaho Falls. At first sight, these 83 square miles look like a sooty-black wasteland, but closer inspection reveals a surreal cornucopia of lava cones, tubes, buttes, craters and splatter cones.
All these features were formed without aid of a volcano as such; instead roughly 2,000 year intervals over the last 13,000 years, successive waves of lava have oozed from gaping wounds in the earth’s crust. The next wave is due anytime now!