San Pedro-Pellado Volcano | John Seach


(San Pedro-Tatara)

35.989 S, 70.849 W
summit elevation 3621 m

Note: there is a volcano with a similar name "San Pedro" in Chile.

San Pedro-Pellado Volcano is located in central Chile. The 6 x 12 km Río Colorado caldera contains two volcanoes - Tatara-San Pedro and Pellado.

San Pedro stratovolcano contains a glacier-filled crater. Fumaroles are located SE of Pellado.

Further reading
Davidson, Jon P., et al. "The origin and evolution of magmas from the San Pedro-Pellado volcanic complex, S. Chile: multicomponent sources and open system evolution." Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 100.4 (1988): 429-445.

Davidson, Jon P., et al. "Crust-magma interactions and the evolution of arc magmas: The San Pedro–Pellado Volcanic complex, southern Chilean Andes." Geology 15.5 (1987): 443-446.

San Pedro-Pellado Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.