55.07 N, 162.82 W
summit elevation 1920
Frosty is the most western volcano on the Alaska peninsula, 15 km SW of Cold Bay. Frosty Peak is in the southern of two coalescing craters. The northern crater is breached on the west by a glacial valley.
Frosty Peak Volcanic Series consists of andesitic lava flows and pyroclastic deposits.
No recent eruptions.