In a Volcano
Haleaakala National Park in Maui is named for the island's 10,000-foot shield volcano that rises straight from the sea. It's dormant, of course, so there's no need to worry about an unexpected eruption (at least of the geological kind). And while the rim is crowded, the moon-like crater is vast and empty — a barren 14 square-mile valley with a good trail system, although few hiding places.
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