An unknown volume of ash is eroded from the valley each year by the forces of wind and water. Interesting features are left behind occasionally like these "peaks" near Ukak Falls. Close to 100 years after the eruption, winds still remobilze the ash from 1912 and block the view up the valley. These duststorms are large enough to occasionally fool people into thinking another volcanic eruption is underway.
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