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A small group of hikers traversing a narrow trail along the edge of a steep volcanic face of gray and red rock.
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Orientation: Landscape
Photographer/Submitter: Ron Nagata
Restrictions/Credit Information: Since this photograph was taken before I became a National Park Service employee, please contact me for permission to use it.
Wilderness: Haleakala Wilderness
Categories: Groups, Volcano
Keywords: Mountains, Crater, Cinder cone
Description: A group of hikers travels across pele’s paint pot, the colorful cinders. the cinder cone that the trail cuts into is halalii and is almost in the middle of the crater. the group is halfway from the bottomless pit (the trail t-junction between halalii and puu naue to the trail t-junction on the northwest corner of halalii cinder cone).

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