Amboy Crater and Lava Field
Monday, 20th June 2005 by Alex Turnbull
Next up is the Amboy Crater, an extinct cinder cone in California’s Mojave Desert. It lies within a 70 square kilometre lava field, and it looks pretty impressive from up here!
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