Face of the Past


Violent volcanic eruptions gave way to fire as hot lava created rock fragments of tuff and cinder cones. Now left exposed, these volcanic rock formations are known as the Hole in the Wall and The Cinder Cones. Hole-in-the-Wall is one of the two campgrounds in the Mojave National Preserve. It’s a volcanic rock formation created millions of years ago when a nearby volcano erupted, covering the area with a mixture of gas and ash. Uneven cooling and gases captured during eruption formed “holes” in the rock. Erosion has enlarged these “holes” to create spectacular caverns.


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