Raton-Clayton Volcano - John Seach


New Mexico, USA

36.5 N, 104.3 W
summit elevation 2700 m
Monogenetic Volcanic Field

The volcano is located in NE New Mexico and consists of 125 cinder cones. Many of the cones have associated lava flows.
Capulin National Monument is the youngest cone. It stands 305 m high and has a base 1.7 km in circumference. The largest feature at the volcano is Sierra Grande, 
which is a large stratovolcano 15 km in diameter and 600 m high.

Raton-Clayton Volcano Eruptions

The most recent eruptions were 190,000 years ago.