Looking North from the Office
You've seen my photo's of Mt. Humphreys and the San Francisco Peaks, at the base of which lies our little town of Flagstaff. I thought I should also show you Mount Elden - as it, too, is quite a prominent landscape feature - with nearly 15 square miles of surface area and peaking out at 9,301 ft (2,835 m). It is one of five large peripheral silicic volcanic features within the greater San Francisco Peaks volcanic field. Because these features developed within close proximity of the San Francisco Mountain strato-volcano there is a strong likelihood that it is a geologic subsidiary of the larger mountain.
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