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Hole-in-the-Ground is a 1-mile wide crater explosion created during the late Pleistocene period when this area was a lake. When magma surfaced, the steam caused the rocks and soil in the area to gush out, which repeatedly occurred until the current crater was formed. The crater raises to 200 feet of elevation is 490 feet deep.
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