Glacier Peak Volcano - John Seach


Washington, USA

48.11 N, 121.11 W
summit elevation 3213 m

Glacier Peak is the most remote of the volcanoes in Washington. It is a small volcano perched on a ridge, and has a relief of 500-1000 m. During eruption lava domes are extruded onto the volcano's flanks.
There are 11 glaciers on the volcano.

Glacier Peak Volcano Eruptions

1700 ± 100, 1300 ± 300, 900, 200, 850 BC?