The view eastward from the summit of Scott Mountain. Belknap Crater’s massive shield occupies much of the image, flanked in the background by Mt. Washington to the north and Black Crater to the southeast. Little Belknap Crater is the promontory just right of Belknap’s summit cone, with South Belknap Cone barely discernable below and to the right of it. Twin Craters, source of the Hand Lake Lava Flow, lies in the foreground at the base of Belknap’s western slope.