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A Trip to the Moon

  • Aired: 01/13/2011
  • 26:49
  • Rating: TV-G
"Some of these accounts (of this place) seemed beyond belief." That's what adventurer Robert Limbert wrote about one of Idaho's most unique areas, Craters of the Moon. In the 1920s Limbert campaigned to preserve this region of rugged lava and towering formations. Discover this unearthly landscape and follow modern day explorers who delight in the wonders of Craters of the Moon.
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Explore the unearthy wonders of Craters of the Moon.
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