Khodutka Volcano | John Seach


Kamchatka, Russia

52.063 N, 157.703 E
summit elevation 2090 m

Khodutka Volcano is located in southern Kamchatka.
It contains explosion craters, small lava cones, and lava domes. Two large explosion craters are located at its base. Khodutkinsky crater produced the most recent eruptions.

Further reading
Braitseva, O. A., et al. "Tephra of the largest prehistoric Holocene volcanic eruptions in Kamchatka." Quaternary International 13 (1992): 177-180.

Khodutka Volcano Eruptions

Approximately 2000-2500 years ago