Hoodoo Mountain Volcano | John Seach


British Columbia, Canada

56.78 N, 131.28 W
summit elevation 1850 m
Subglacial volcano

Hoodoo Mountain Volcano is located in NW British Columbia, north of the Iskut River, in the Coast Mountains of northwestern British Columbia, Canada.

The volcano is circular with a basal diameter of 6 km. The rounded summit is at 1850 m altitude. A 3-4 km diameter icecap covers the volcano above 1750 m.

Most of Hoodoo Mountain volcano formed beneath glaciers. Hoodoo glacier is located on the northwest and Twin glacier on the northeast.

The volcano has produced one subaerial explosive eruption about 9000 years ago.

Hoodoo Mountain Volcano Eruptions

9000 years ago.