Volcanoes of Chile

2017-07-28T15:54:57+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Nevado Tres Cruces, Parinacota (volcano), Maipo (volcano), Chaitén (volcano), Llullaillaco, San José (volcano), Corcovado Volcano, Calbuco (volcano), Zapaleri, Incahuasi, Isluga, Tupungato, Villarrica (volcano), Chupiquiña, Ojos del Salado, Terevaka, Rano Kau, Llaima, Nevado San Francisco, Cerro Bayo Complex, Paruma, Acotango, Olca, Guallatiri, Irruputuncu, Tupungatito, Osorno (volcano), Viedma (volcano), Acamarachi, Socompa, Pomerape, Apagado, El Negrillar, La Negrillar, Jorcada, Cerro Chao, Tilocálar flashcards Volcanoes of Chile
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  • Nevado Tres Cruces
    Nevado Tres Cruces is a massif of volcanic origin in the Andes Mountains on the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Parinacota (volcano)
    Parinacota (in Hispanicized spelling), Parina Quta or Parinaquta (Aymara parina flamingo, quta lake, "flamingo lake") is a massive dormant stratovolcano on the border of Chile and Bolivia.
  • Maipo (volcano)
    Maipo is a stratovolcano in the Andes, lying on the border between Argentina and Chile.
  • Chaitén (volcano)
    Chaitén is a volcanic caldera 3 kilometres (2 mi) in diameter, 17 kilometres (11 mi) west of the elongated ice-capped Michinmahuida volcano and 10 kilometres (6 mi) northeast of the town of Chaitén, near the Gulf of Corcovado in southern Chile.
  • Llullaillaco
    Llullaillaco (Spanish pronunciation: [ʝu.ʝai̯.ˈʝa.ko]) is a potentially active stratovolcano at the border of Argentina (Salta Province) and Chile.
  • San José (volcano)
    San José Volcano is the stratovolcano that gives its name to a massive volcanic group, at about 90 km (56 mi) from Santiago de Chile at the end of the Cajón de Maipo on the Chile-Argentina border.
  • Corcovado Volcano
    Corcovado Volcano (Spanish pronunciation: [korkoˈβaðo]) is a stratovolcano located about 25 kilometres (16 mi) south of the mouth of Yelcho River, in the Palena Province, Los Lagos Region, Chile.
  • Calbuco (volcano)
    Calbuco (kahl-BOO-koh; Spanish: Volcán Calbuco, pronounced: [bolˈkaŋ kalˈβuko]) is a stratovolcano in southern Chile, located southeast of Llanquihue Lake and northwest of Chapo Lake, in the Los Lagos Region, and close to the cities of Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt.
  • Zapaleri
    Zapaleri is a volcano whose summit is the tripoint of the borders of Argentina, Bolivia and Chile.
  • Incahuasi
    Incahuasi (Spanish pronunciation: [iŋkaˈwasi]; Quechua Inkawasi or Inka Wasi, inka Inca, wasi house, "Inca house") is a volcanic mountain in the Andes of South America.
  • Isluga
    Isluga (Spanish pronunciation: [isˈluɣa]) is a stratovolcano located in Colchane, 7 km west of the Chile/Bolivia border and at the west end of a group of volcanoes lined up in an east-west direction, which also includes the volcanoes Cabaray and Tata Sabaya.
  • Tupungato
    Tupungato, one of the highest mountains in the Americas, is a massive Andean stratovolcano dating to Pleistocene times.
  • Villarrica (volcano)
    Villarrica (pronunciation: /ˌviːəˈriːkə/ VEE-ə-REE-kə) (Spanish: Volcán Villarrica, Mapudungun: Ruka Pillañ) is one of Chile's most active volcanoes, rising above the lake and town of the same name, 750 km (470 mi) south of Santiago.
  • Chupiquiña
    Chupiquiña or Chupikiña (Aymara) is a volcano on the border of Chile and Peru, about 5,805 metres (19,045 ft) high.
  • Ojos del Salado
    Nevado Ojos del Salado is a massive stratovolcano in the Andes on the Argentina–Chile border and the highest active volcano in the world at 6,893 m (22,615 ft).
  • Terevaka
    Ma′unga Terevaka is the largest, tallest (507.41 m (1,664.73 ft)) and youngest of three main extinct volcanoes that form Rapa Nui (Easter Island, a Chilean island in the Pacific Ocean).
  • Rano Kau
    Rano Kau is a 324 m (1,063 ft) tall extinct volcano that forms the southwestern headland of Easter Island, a Chilean island in the Pacific Ocean.
  • Llaima
    The Llaima Volcano is one of the largest and most active volcanoes in Chile.
  • Nevado San Francisco
    Nevado San Francisco, or Cerro San Francisco (Spanish pronunciation: [sam fɾanˈsisko]), is a stratovolcano on the border between Argentina and Chile, located just southeast of San Francisco Pass.
  • Cerro Bayo Complex
    Cerro Bayo is a complex volcano on the northern part border between Argentina and Chile.
  • Paruma
    Paruma is a stratovolcano that lies on the border of Bolivia and Chile.
  • Acotango
    Acotango is the central and highest of a group of stratovolcanoes straddling the border of Bolivia and Chile.
  • Olca
    Olca is a stratovolcano on the border of Chile and Bolivia.
  • Guallatiri
    Guallatiri (also known as Huallatiri, Huallatire, Guallatire and Punata) is a 6,071-metre-high (19,918 ft) volcano in Chile.
  • Irruputuncu
    (For the mountain on the border of Chile and Bolivia in the Potosí Department, Daniel Campos Province, see Iru Phutunqu (Chile-Daniel Campos).) Irruputuncu is a volcano in the commune of Pica, Tamarugal Province, Tarapacá Region, Chile, as well as San Pedro de Quemes Municipality, Nor Lípez Province, Potosí Department, Bolivia.
  • Tupungatito
    Volcán Tupungatito is the northernmost historically active stratovolcano of the southern Andes.
  • Osorno (volcano)
    Osorno Volcano is a 2,652-metre (8,701 ft) tall conical stratovolcano lying between Osorno Province and Llanquihue Province, in Los Lagos Region of Chile.
  • Viedma (volcano)
    Viedma (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈbjeðma]) is a subglacial volcano located below the ice of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, an area disputed between Argentina and Chile.
  • Acamarachi
    Acamarachi (also known as Pili) is a 6,046-metre (19,836 ft) high volcano in northern Chile.
  • Socompa
    Socompa is a large complex stratovolcano at the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Pomerape
    Pomerape is a stratovolcano lying on the border of northern Chile and Bolivia (Oruro Department, Sajama Province, Curahuara de Carangas Municipality).
  • Apagado
    Apagado (Spanish for Extinct, also known as Hualiaque) is a pyroclastic cone with scattered vegetation cover.
  • El Negrillar
    El Negrillar is a volcanic field in the Andes.
  • La Negrillar
    La Negrillar is a volcanic cone and associated lava flow in Chile.
  • Jorcada
    The stratovolcanoes are of andesitic-dacitic composition and the lava domes have erupted rhyolite, and the last eruption occurred on the northwestern fissure 95,000 BP.
  • Cerro Chao
    Cerro Chao is a lava flow complex associated with the Cerro del León volcano in the Andes.
  • Tilocálar
    Tilocalar are two volcanoes in the Central Volcanic Zone of the Andes.