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Coasta clouds collide with the 14,00ft summit of Volcán Tajumulco. The mountain is much easially climbed from the eastern aspect where the summit is a mere 3,000ft above the high plains of San marcos.  On the western side the volcano dropps all the way to sea level. | Expedition Volcanarchy: Fatbiking Guatemala's Highest Volcanoes. Original Date: 08/07/2016Location: San Marcos , Guatemala© 2016 Brendan James Photography www.picsporadic.com

Coastal clouds collide with the 14,00ft summit of Volcán Tajumulco. The mountain is much easily climbed from the eastern aspect where the summit is a mere 3,000ft above the high plains of San Marcos. On the western side the volcano drops all the way to sea level. | Expedition Volcanarchy: Fatbiking Guatemala's Highest Volcanoes.

Original Date: 08/07/2016Location: San Marcos , Guatemala© 2016 Brendan James Photography www.picsporadic.com

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