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Volcano surfing, also known as ash boarding or volcano boarding is a sport performed on the slopes of a volcano with a thin plywood or metal board. Riders hike up the volcano and slide down, sitting or standing.
Volcano Surfing is considered an "extreme sport" with the danger of falling off and getting cut by the rough volcanic ash. Protective gear including jump suits and goggles are used.
It cost around 30$
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