This is an awesome place to see an active volcano up close and in person. You can smell the sulfur, look into the crater, and walk around a crater as well. The parking lot at the top is nice, but keep on hiking up to the left. You can walk all the way around the other higher crater. The park guides might try to pursuance you not to, but just tell them you know what you are doing. The trail takes about an hour or so and provides the best views in the park. On your way down stop at the visitor center to see some nice exhibits about the natural history of the area.
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