Capulin Volcano

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The Capulin Volcano National Monument is a National Monument located in northeastern New Mexico. The volcano (now an extinct cinder cone) is part of the Raton-Clayton Volcanic Field. The monument features a paved road which spirals around the volcano, hiking trails that circle the rim and lead down into the volcano, a parking lot at the rim, a video presentation, and a visitor center. The monument was designated on August 9, 1916 and is maintained by the National Park Service.

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