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Diamond Head may be the most popular.
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I am trying to find out also. I know there is one outside of Denton on I35w. A friend said she has found it on the net. Will check back when I find it.
All of the Hawaiian islands were volcanic at some point. And the big island still is, it's newest island. As your head towards the northwest from the big island each island is… geologically older.
Diamong Head, Punchbowl,
Diamond Head, Punchbowl,
The majority of Australia's mainland volcanoes are extinct. Among them are: Glasshouse Mountains, Qld - Coonowrin, Tibrogargan, Coochin, Beerwah, Ngun Ngun etcMt Gowrie, QldM…t Lindesay, QldMt Canobolas, NSWMt Kaputar, NSWMt Warning, NSWWarrumbungles, NSWMt Macedon, VicMt Hotham, VicMt Warrnambool, Vic Mt Gambier and Mr Schank in South Australia are two of Australia's most well-known ancient volcanoes which are actually considered dormant, rather than extinct, with various sources quoting their possible last eruptions as occurring between 2000 and 4000 years ago.
Ancient Hawaiian tradition says that it is named after the son of the Polynesian navigator Hawaiiloa which may or may not be true.
There are many to choose from but Diamond Head is a favorite.
The dormant volcano in Hawaii is called the Mauna Kea Volcano.
Castle Rock, on which Edinburgh Castle is built, is the eroded remnant of the basalt plug of an unnamed, extinct volcano. Arthur's Seat, about a mile away, is the main peak of… a group of volcanic hills of the same age and composition as Castle Rock. Features on Arthur's Seat suggest that there were multiple volcanic vents in the area 350 million years ago. Subsequent glacial erosion has left the isolated features seen today.
Arthurs seat is one
Dimond Head over looking Wikikki Beach