Andesite Flow, Mount St. Helens

Andesite Flow, Mount St. Helens

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Caption: To reach the summit of Mount St. Helens, climbers must negotiate the rocky chaos of this andesite flow that was extruded in the 1570s for a distance of over two miles.

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