Travel Blogs from Craters of the Moon, United States

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After leaving yellowstone it was suddenly a ..., Craters of the Moon, Vancouver, Seattle, United States travel blog

After leaving yellowstone it was suddenly a ...

A travel blog entry by wkfoster

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... were a couple more parks to be visited along the way. First stop on the way towards Washington state was Craters of the Moon. Craters of the Moon was another unexpected place with it's own unique beauty. We didn't know what to expect of the place, ...

To The Moon and Back ... In A Day, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

To The Moon and Back ... In A Day

A travel blog entry by betsyandkris

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Today we hit the road to go visit Craters of the Moon which is a national monument about 3 hours to the west of our cabin. I can remember visiting this place as a kid almost 40 years ago, being left with the impression of how bizarre the area was. The ...

Craters of the Moon Nat'l Park, Craters of the Moon, United States travel blog

Craters of the Moon Nat'l Park

A travel blog entry by tidesinn

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Craters of the Moon Nat'l Monument Craters of the Moon was such a find! Neither of us expected much from the name of the place but once we got here we nestled in for an extended stay of 4 nights. It's very dry here, so much so that while walking on ...

Craters of the Moon National Monument, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Craters of the Moon National Monument

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... very hot in the summer, with the black lava rock absorbing the heat, and it's often windy.    Craters of the Moon National Monument is an otherworldly place that can be satisfyingly explored in one full day.   It's sort ...

Awakening, Craters of the Moon, United States travel blog

Awakening

A travel blog entry by ksdinky

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... no idea that Idaho was so volcanic.  The volcanoes are inactive now, but they’ve certainly blown in the past.  Craters of the Moon is a huge area of volcanic rock, lava flows, cinder cones, etc.  The landscape has basically been high ...

Craters of the Moon, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Craters of the Moon

A travel blog entry by yvonneundsammy

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Ein paar kleine Wanderungen und Besichtigung von Höhlen. Craters of the Moon entstand durch einen Ausbruch des Yellowstone Vulkans. (Die Magmakammer war früher unterhalb Craters of the ...

Craters of the Moon = Lava!!, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Craters of the Moon = Lava!!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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... pass at 7160', beating our hours-old height record! We were surrounded by 12,000+ peaks, a wonderful drive! Arrived at Craters of the Moon NP around 6:15 pm (an exceptionally long day's drive for us!) and bought an annual National Park pass. The ...

Hoyt, the Moon and 1000 miles of Sage, Craters of the Moon, United States travel blog

Hoyt, the Moon and 1000 miles of Sage

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw

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...    After a stop at Home de Pote for a new ratchet and glue to fix the leak in my thermorest, we headed to Craters of the Moon National Monument.   Most folks have told us this is a drive by, but I found it fascinating. It's like the ...

Craters of the Moon, Craters Of The Moon , United States travel blog

Craters of the Moon

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana

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... to avoid ambushes from the Shoshone who were tiring of the white onslaught, but the perils of the area now known as Craters of the Moon were also harrowing. In 1864, one pioneer penned this colorful description:"It was a desolate, dismal scenery. Up or ...

Craters of the Moon National Monument, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Craters of the Moon National Monument

A travel blog entry by thenonos

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Coulées de lave, arbres moulé...http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monument_national_et_r%C3%A9serve_nationale_Craters_of_the_Moon Inferno Cone,  Devils ...

Craters of the Moon-

Craters of the Moon-"A weird and scenic landscape"

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet

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... as seen through a telescope” (Die Landschaft des Mondes durch ein Teleskop gesehen) und so auch der Name “Craters of the Moon” (Mondkrater).   Das Highlight war eine geführte Tour, welche in der größten Höhle der Craters ...

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Craters of the Moon

A travel blog entry by hopek

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Hoehlen, Berge, Astronauten!, Craters of the Moon, United States travel blog

Hoehlen, Berge, Astronauten!

A travel blog entry by mummenschanz

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... Ascheberge, wenn der Gasdruck in den Lavahoehlen zu hoch wurde und den umgebenden Panzer  sprengte. Der Name "Craters of the Moon" stammt von dem Abenteurer und Fotografen Robert Limbert, der massgeblich an der Schaffung des National Monuments ...

Camping on scoria, Craters of the Moon, United States travel blog

Camping on scoria

A travel blog entry by brentandjo

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... took a walk over the  lava fields with a park ranger, walked through a huge lava cave, and attended a evening ranger talk. The temperature is a lot hotter that Redfish lake.The lava field is huge, its impossible to see the other side . In the olden ...

Craters of the Moon, Idaho, Craters of the Moon, United States travel blog

Craters of the Moon, Idaho

A travel blog entry by loupsvoyagent

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... quelques nouveau développements  …  et  c’est tout. A une demi-heure c’est le Craters of the Moon national monument. Des roches volcaniques partout dans le une première pour nous. Voilà à quoi ressemble un endroit ...

Labor Day Family Hiking Fun, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Labor Day Family Hiking Fun

A travel blog entry by idahogirl

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Spent the Sunday before Labor Day at Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho. Weather was absolutely perfect as this place can get horribly hot in the summer. We had breezes and temps in the 70's...wonderful for a lot of hiking! Went out to view ...

Day 34:  Craters of the Moon NM, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Day 34: Craters of the Moon NM

A travel blog entry by life-in-a-yurt

... ; Afterward, we went to the Visitor Center where I was sworn in as a Junior Ranger and received a badge.   After Craters of the Moon NM, we started driving towards Shoshone, ID.  Amy called the Twin Falls/Jerome KOA to see if they had ...

Lava Everywhere, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Lava Everywhere

A travel blog entry by amarider

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Craters of the Moon is a Lava field left over from  to 10 million years ago. There's a visitor center and a 7 mile loop road through the park. The volcanic landscape is abundant and very unique. ...

Day Two, Craters Of The Moon National Park, United States travel blog

Day Two

A travel blog entry by mbwick3

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... we discovered that he was at the same Bernie Sanders rally as Laura back in May. Back on the road after that. We pulled into Craters of the Moon Nat'l Park around 3 and set up camp (one tent, so it took about 10 minutes total) then went to the visitors ...

Day 8: Craters of the Moon, West Yellowstone, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

Day 8: Craters of the Moon, West Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by psquared

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... reservation). Pretty neat that we were nearby so many historic landmarks through our drive in Idaho! We finally made it to Craters of the Moon National Monument, which is something that my mom and I had heard about when planning the trip and were excited ...

Day 9: Craters of the Moon, Craters of the Moon National Wilderness Area, United States travel blog

Day 9: Craters of the Moon

A travel blog entry by kbwhitman

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... 've dumped her royal highness's matched luggage when I had the chance! Or maybe just the hairdryer. When I arrived at the Craters of the Moon site, I drove through what at first looked like a vast, abandoned construction site. Mounds of earth piled up, ...

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