Mahawu Crater
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Mahawu Crater

Living in the Pacific Ring of Fire means living close to quite a few volcanoes, such as Mahawu. This is a favorite hiking destination for my parents since it can easily be done in an afternoon from where they live. As I took this photo from the rim of the crater, I could hear the bubbling of the hot center below. It's a steep climb from here down to the bottom, but definitely worth the effort.


Posted Feb 17, 2008 6:40 pm

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