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I make it almost to the top of the lava and am taking in the excellent views across the Indian Springs area Approaching the base of the lava flow from the knoll that it rests onThumbnailsI climb back down to the wash belowApproaching the base of the lava flow from the knoll that it rests onThumbnailsI climb back down to the wash belowApproaching the base of the lava flow from the knoll that it rests onThumbnailsI climb back down to the wash belowApproaching the base of the lava flow from the knoll that it rests onThumbnailsI climb back down to the wash belowApproaching the base of the lava flow from the knoll that it rests onThumbnailsI climb back down to the wash below

I can't climb the last eight feet or so to get completely on top because of the lava's sharp vertical edges. - I can't climb the last eight feet or so to get completely on top because of the lava's sharp vertical edges.

If I felt like doing so, I could probably persevere and keep walking along the base of the lava and eventually find a spot where I could climb up to the top.