## Volcano list

### Acamarachi

(stratovolcano 6046 m / 19,836 ft)The volcano contains a poorly preserved summit crater and a large la... [more]

### Acotango

(complex volcano 6052 m / 19,856 ft)### Aguas Delgadas

(Stratovolcano unknown)### Antofagasta de la Sierra

(volcanic field 4000? m / 13,123 ft)The field contains some of the youngest volcanic vents of vents of th... [more]

### Aracar

(stratovolcano 6082 m / 19,954 feet)### Arintica

(stratovolcano 5597 m / 18,363 ft)There are no known Holocene eruptions, and the volcano might be extinct, although little is known about it. [more]

### Aucanquilcha

(stratovolcano 6176 m / 20,262 ft)### Caichinque

(stratovolcano 4450 m / 14,600 feet)### Cerro Ascotan

(Stratovolcano 5473 m / 17956 ft)### Cerro Bayo

(complex volcano 5401 m / 17,720 ft)The youngest known product of the volcano are 2 dacitic ... [more]

### Cerro Cariquima

(Stratovolcano 5365 m / 17602 ft)### Cerro Chascon

(Lava dome 5125 m / 16814 ft)### Cerro Colorados

(Stratovolcano 6049 m / 19846 ft)### Cerro de la Niebla

(Compound 4500 m / 14764 ft)### Cerro de Rio Negro

(Stratovolcano 5067 m / 16624 ft)### Cerro del Azufre

(stratovolcano 5846 m / 19,180 ft)The volcano has 2 ... [more]

### Cerro del Leon

(stratovolcano 5760 m / 18,898 ft)### Cerro el Condor

(stratovolcano 6532 m / 21,430 ft)The volcano was built on top of a 2.5-km-wide caldera and contains several ash cones and craters which are aligned on a NNW-SSE tre... [more]

### Cerro Galan

(Caldera 6000 m / 19685 ft)### Cerro Moiro

(Pyroclastic cone 4250 m / 13944 ft)### Cerro Napa

(Stratovolcano 5145 m / 16880 ft)### Cerro Overo

(maar 4555 m / 14,944 ft)### Cerro San Agustin

(Stratovolcano 4980 m / 16339 ft)### Cerro Tatajachura

(Stratovolcano 5240 m / 17192 ft)### Cerro Zapaleri

(Stratovolcano 5643 m / 18514 ft)### Cerros de Tocopuri

(stratovolcano 5808 m / 19,055 ft)### Cerros de Tocorpuri

(Stratovolcano 5808 m / 19055 ft)### Chao

(lava dome 5100 m / 16,732 ft)### Chiliques

(stratovolcano 5778 m / 18,956 ft)### Colachi

(stratovolcano 5631 m / 18,474 ft)### Copa-Ocana

(Stratovolcano(es) 5299 m / 17385 ft)### Copiapo

(stratovolcano 6052 m / 19,855 ft)Most of the volcano's edifice is several hundreds of thousands to millions years old, and Copiapo mi... [more]

### Cordon de Puntas Negras

(stratovolcanoes 5852 m / 19,199 ft)The volcano has a number of fresh-looking cones and craters such as Cerros Cenizas, Aguas Calientes, Laguna Escondida, and Chinchilla with well-preserved summit craters and short lava ... [more]

### Cordón del Azufre

(complex volcano 5463 m / 17,923 ft)Note: there is a volcano with a ... [more]

### El Negrillar

(pyroclastic cones 3500 m / 11,483 ft)### El Solo

(stratovolcano 6190 m / 20,308 ft)Is comprises 9 eruptive centers. The age of its last eruptions is unknown, but was during the Holocene (less than 11,... [more]

### El Tatio

(hydrothermal field 4280 m / 14,042 ft)The Hoyada de Los Geisers del Tatio... [more]

### Escorial

(stratovolcano 5447 m / 17,871 ft)### Falso Azufre

(complex volcano 5890 m / 19,324 ft)### Gemelos-Saladillo

(Pyroclastic cone(s) unknown)### Guallatiri

(stratovolcano 6071 m / 19,918 feet)It is a symmetrical ice-covered stratovolcano at the SW end of the Nevados de Quimsachata volcano group. Its summit contains a dacitic lava dome complex wi... [more]

### Guayaques

(lava domes 5598 m / 18,366 ft)ASTER satellite image of Guayaques and neighboring volcanoes, taken in 2003 (retrieved from: http://ava.jpl.nasa.gov/volcano.asp?vnum=1505-093)

The youngest domes appear to be north of the su... [more]

### Irruputuncu

(stratovolcano 5163 m / 16,939 ft)### Isluga

(stratovolcano 5550+ m / 18,208 ft)Isluga's sum... [more]

### La Negrillar

(pyroclastic cones 4109 m / 13,481 ft)The La Negrillar field covers a roughly 16 km wide are... [more]

### Laguna Jayu Khota

(maar 3650? m / 11,975 ft)### Laguna Verde

(Stratovolcano 5464 m / 17927 ft)### Larancagua

(Stratovolcano 5580 m / 18307 ft)### Lascar

(stratovolcano 5592 m / 18,346 ft)Lascar is flanked 5 km to the east by the older, but higher V... [more]

### Lastarria

(stratovolcano 5697 m / 18,691 ft)A large prehistoric debris avalanche deposit is located on the SE flank and younger de... [more]

### Licancabur

(stratovolcano 5916 m / 19,409 ft)It is known for containing the world's highest lake inside its ... [more]

### Llullaillaco

(stratovolcano 6739 m / 22,109 ft)The... [more]

### Miniques

(stratovolcano 5910 m / 19,390 ft)Its summit contains 3 overlapping E-W trending craters, partially filled by lava domes and flows. A prominent lava flow extends n... [more]

### Nevado Anallajsi

(Stratovolcano 5750 m / 18865 ft)### Nevado de Incahuasi

(stratovolcanoes 6621 m / 21,722 ft)The youngest stratovolcano... [more]

### Nevado del Sajama

(Stratovolcano 6542 m / 21463 ft)### Nevado Queva

(Unknown 6134 m / 20125 ft)### Nevado San Francisco

(Stratovolcano 6018 m / 19744 ft)### Nuevo Mundo

(lava domes 5438 m / 17,841 ft)The biggest eruption from Nuevo Mundo was a plinian eruption that deposited ash 200 km east of the volcano, where it can be found at the famous Bolivian mining cent... [more]

### Ojos del Salado

(stratovolcano 6887 m / 22,595 ft)Ojos del Salado volcano in February 2012 (Photo: Ulla Lohmann)

The mountain has very dry conditions with snow only remaining on the peak... [more]

### Olca-Paruma

(stratovolcanoes 5407 m / 17,739 ft)The only known historical activity from the Olca-Pa... [more]

### Ollague

(stratovolcano 5868 m / 19,252 ft)### Pampa Luxsar

(volcanic field 5543 m / 18,185 ft)### Paniri

(stratovolcano 5946 m / 19,508 ft)A magnitude 5.4 ea... [more]

### Parinacota

(stratovolcano 6348 m / 20,827 ft)Parinacota contains a pristine, 300-m-wide summit crate... [more]

### Patilla Pata

(Stratovolcano 5300 m / 17388 ft)### Peinado

(stratovolcano 5740 m / 18,832 ft)It has young, well preserved lava flows from the summit and flank vents, which extend up to 10 km from the summit. [more]

### Piedra Parada

(Stratovolcano 5920 m / 19423 ft)### Puchuldiza

(hydrothermal field 4500 m / 14,764 ft)### Pular

(stratovolcano 6233 m / 20,449 ft)A large satellite ven... [more]

### Purico

(pyroclastic shield 5703 m / 18,710 ft)### Putana

(stratovolcano 5890 m / 19,324 ft)The volcano, whose nam... [more]

### Robledo

(caldera 4400 m / 14,436 ft)It contains Cerro Blanco del Robledo lava dome on the southern rim of the caldera. There are extensive rhyolitic pumice-fall deposits around th... [more]

### Rochaculla-Inca Camacha

(Stratovolcano(es) 5300 m / 17388 ft)### Sacabaya

(pyroclastic shield 4215 m / 13,829 feet)It is not known when it last erupted, but its very fresh morphology suggests a young (Holocene) age and ... [more]

### Sairecabur

(stratovolcano 5971 m / 19,590 ft)### San Pedro

(stratovolcano 6145 m / 20,161 ft)San Pedro volcano is a twin volcano with 2 peaks, San Pedro (the western summit) and the older sister volcano San Pablo (6092 m) in the east.

A large... [more]

### Sierra Nevada

(complex volcano 6127 m / 20,101 ft)### Socompa

(stratovolcano 6051 m / 19,852 ft)The dacite volcano is known for having the world's largest and best prese... [more]

### Taapaca

(complex volcano 5860 m / 19,225 ft)3 large avalanches have oc... [more]

### Tacora

(stratovolcano 5980 m / 19,619 ft)Reported eruptions in 1930 and 1937 could not be verified by independent sources.

There ar... [more]

### Tata Sabaya

(stratovolcano 5430 m / 17,815 ft)### Tilocalar

(stratovolcano 3116 m / 10,223 ft)### Tipas

(complex volcano 6660 m / 21,850 ft)### Tres Cruces

(Stratovolcano 6620 m / 21719 ft)### Tujle

(maar 3550+ m / 11,647 ft)### Tuzgle

(stratovolcano 5500 m / 18,044 ft)### unnamed

(pyroclastic cone unknown)The cone sits on top of Miocene ignimbrites and lava flows. It has erupted relatively fluid blocky lava flows ... [more]

### Uturuncu

(stratovolcano 6008 m / 19,711 ft)Large-scale gr... [more]