The name of this old tree-covered crater means Hairy Hill. because there's a Hairy Hill in my home province, I had to see it. This trail is not too long, and has decent views from the summit. It also has "lava trees" where the cast of a burnt away tree trunk is preserved by the lava that flowed against it and burnt it.
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