We climbed the 1 mile straight up, steep hill to the top and, boy, it was a sight to behold. You can see the path of lava distruction. Climbing up the hill was difficult because of the hot sun, altitiude, heat, and the lava "sand". A steep hill is bad enough to climb, but one where the ground is like trudging through beach sand is very exhausting. On the other side of the road,
there are bigger harder lava beds. What's interesting is that after so many years, the mountains are still black with lava and very little vegetation grows.
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