Could I outrun the lava and make it to safety? Well, technically, yes. … Most lava flows — especially those from shield volcanoesshield volcanoesTypical shield volcanoes found in California and Oregon measure 3 to 4 mi (5 to 6 km) in diameter and 1,500 to 2,000 ft (500 to 600 m) in height, while shield volcanoes in the central Mexican Michoacán–Guanajuato volcanic field average 340 m (1,100 ft) in height and 4,100 m (13,500 ft) in width, with an average slope … › wiki › Shield_volcanoShield volcano – Wikipedia, the less explosive type found in Hawaii — are pretty sluggish. As long as the lava doesn’t find its way into a tube- or chute-shaped valley, it will probably move slower than a mile per hour

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