Mount Longonot, 9,110 feet high, lies on the floor of the Great Rift Valley, thirty five miles northwest of Nairobi. It is called after the apt Maasai name for it, Ol doinyo Loonongot, the mountain of many valleys and gullies. Of volcanic origin, the last eruption of a parasitic cone happened only 5,000 years ago. | Stock Photo #4272-16542

Stock Photo #4272-16542, Mount Longonot, 9,110 feet high, lies on the floor of the Great Rift Valley, thirty five miles northwest of Nairobi. It is called after the apt Maasai name for it, Ol doinyo Loonongot, the mountain of many valleys and gullies. Of volcanic origin, the last eruption of a parasitic cone happened only 5,000 years ago.

Stock Photo - Mount Longonot, 9,110 feet high, lies on the floor of the Great Rift Valley, thirty five miles northwest of Nairobi. It is called after the apt Maasai name for it, Ol doinyo Loonongot, the mountain of many valleys and gullies. Of volcanic origin, the last eruption of a parasitic cone happened only 5,000 years ago.
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