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    This is one of the reason I planed the trip heading to Mt. Rainier NP, 7.22~7.28, 2014. Due to the flood damage and falling rocks, the westside road in park is partially closed. For the date with Devil Pipe Organ, it will be a 12 miles round hike. However it totally worth it.The columnar lava is huge, also with extremely grace curves near downside. There is hardly no path to get near to it, so I decided to take some risks and climbed through tons of spike planets.
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    Very unusual geological lava shapes and composition here, very interesting low angle, your long hike was rewarded. The person lower left ties it all together giving things a sense of scale.

    Dennis Dimick
    National Geographic Executive Editor, Environment
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    Date Uploaded: Jul 31, 2014
    Copyright: © Tianjia Zhang
    Categories: Places, Adventure, Nature
    Assignments: Show Me Your Wilderness