Bridge River Volcano - John Seach


British Columbia, Canada

50.80 N, 123.40 W
summit elevation 2500 m
Volcanic field

Bridge River Volcano is located in SW British Columbia. The volcano contains lava necks, cones, and lava flows. Tuber Hill is a 600,000 year old basaltic stratovolcano.

Tephra from Bridge River cones covers the area between the north and east ridges of Plinth Mountain. Tephra deposits up to 30 m thick on some ridges, is covered by tuff and pyroclastic flows 6 km long.

Bridge River Volcano Eruptions

2350 ± 50 years