Capulin is an extinct cinder cone volcano located in northeast New Mexico. Capulin is a fairly young volcano (58 to 62 thousand years old) and has an elevation of 8,182 feet. Capulin was declared a National Monument in 1916. A park road spirals around the volcano, ending in a parking lot at its rim. There are also hiking trails that circle the rim and lead down into its mouth.
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