Photo gallery of Inyo Craters, California
Aerial view of Inyo Craters is toward the south-southeast; South Inyo Crater is on the right. The summit crater atop Deer Mountain is visible in lower left.
View of the west wall of South Inyo Crater. The rocky cliff visible in the crater wall is the top of a series of basaltic lava flows that were erupted between 200,000 and 100,000 years ago onto the west floor of Long Valley caldera.
This view of Inyo Craters and Mammoth Mountain from atop Deer Mountain is toward the south. The North Inyo Crater is obscured by trees in foreground.