Antillanca Volcano | John Seach



40.771 S, 72.153 W
summit elevation 1990 m

Antillanca volcano group is located 100 km NE of Puerto Montt, central Chile. The volcano is at the eastern shore of Rupanco Lake. The group consists of a group of scoria cones, maars and small stratovolcanoes, covering an area of 380 sq km.

The most prominent feature is Casablanca stratovolcano which erupted about 2910 and 2260 years ago. Older stratovolcanoes include Sarnoso on the SW side and Fiuchá on the NW side.

Thermal areas are found in on the NW side of the group.

Further reading
Naranjo, J. A., et al. "Holocene tephra succession of Puyehue-Cordón Caulle and Antillanca/Casablanca volcanic complexes, southern Andes (40–41 S)." Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 332 (2017): 109-128.

Antillanca Volcano Eruptions

Eruption from Casablanca 2910 and 2260 years ago.