- VolcanoBald Knoll is the youngest of a group of basaltic cinder cones on the SW part of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah, between the southern end of Bryce Canyon National Park and the western margin of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The Bald Knoll cinder cone probably erupted only a few thousands years ago. It has an intact crater, which has produced a massive youthful-looking lava flow that traveled about 12 km to the SSE. Buck Knoll and Black Knoll are 2 other cinder cones to the west, located on the western side of Kanab Creek.
Volcano type cinder cones normal or dormant Location United States Summit elevation 2135 m / 7,005 ft Bald Knoll volcano eruptions several hundreds to a few thousands of years ago Typical eruption style strombolian