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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinder_Cone_and_the_Fantastic_Lava_Beds

Cinder Cone is a 700-foot (210 m)-high volcanic cone of loose scoria. The youngest mafic volcano in the Lassen volcanic center, it is surrounded by unvegetated block lava and has concentric craters at its summit, which have diameters of 1,050 feet (320 m) and 590 feet (180 m). Cinder Cone is comprised by five basaltic andesite and andesite lava flows, and it also has two cinder cone volcanoes ...

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The sandy trail climbs gently at first, bordered by woodlands on the right and Cinder Cone's lava flow known as the Fantastic Lava Beds on the left. The trail steepens as Cinder Cone comes into view. At 1.2 miles, the trail reaches a fork at the base of Cinder Cone. Look to your left (south) here for the first views of the colorful Painted Dunes.

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An unusual characteristic of the Fantastic Lava Beds is the presence of anomalous quartz crystal xenocrysts (foreign bodies in igneous rock). Geologists think that they were picked up from wall rocks by the lava as it moved toward the surface. The lava and pyroclastics of Cinder Cone and the Fantastic Lava Beds are made of basaltic andesite to ...

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Hike at Cinder Cone and the Fantastic Lava Beds near Lassen County, California. Maps, directions, and reviews. One of the four types of volcanos found in Lassen Volcanic National Park, Cinder Cone stands at 6,907 ft elevation and...

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Cinder Cone and the Fantastic Lava Beds. 55 likes · 1,820 were here. Cinder Cone is a cinder cone volcano in Lassen Volcanic National Park (located in...

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Cinder Cone and the Fantastic Lava Beds's wiki: Cinder Cone is a cinder cone volcano in Lassen Volcanic National Park (located in Northern California in the United States). It is located about 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Lassen Peak and provides an excellent view of Brokeoff Mountain, Lassen Peak, and Chaos Crags.

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An unusual characteristic of the Fantastic Lava Beds is the presence of anomalous quartz crystal xenocrysts (foreign bodies in igneous rock). Geologists think that they were picked up from wall rocks by the lava as it moved toward the surface. The lava and pyroclastics of Cinder Cone and the Fantastic Lava Beds are made of basaltic andesite to ...

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Because the oxidized ash has the same composition as the last lava flows erupted at Cinder Cone (the Fantastic Lava Beds flows), Cinder Cone must have formed in a single eruptive sequence that probably spanned no more than a few months. This recent work of USGS scientists at Cinder Cone, in cooperation with the NPS, is helping to provide a ...

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www.americansouthwest.net/california/lassen_volcanic/butte-lake-cinder-cone.html

Cinder Cone Trail The north and east edges of Butte Lake are lined by regular pine woods, but the other sides are formed of a huge pile of black lava blocks - part of the Fantastic Lava Beds that extend several miles south.