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Caroline Ferguson
Caroline Ferguson

Visited this place at Johnston Ridge Mt. St. Helens, and it is a truly awesome place and experience.

Ben Johnson
Ben Johnson

It was always a volcano it just had an ice cap on top


Kristen Guan
Kristen Guan

i can't believe it !!! but i have on question, why is the mountain turn into a volcano?


Diane Merriam
Diane Merriam

@Kristen Guan If you see a mountain by itself, not in a range, it's almost always a volcano. It may be dead, dormant or active, but still a volcano.

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