Bridge River Cones
- VolcanoThe Bridge River Cones are a field of small basaltic cinder cones in SW British Columbia, Canda. The youngest activity from this volcanic area could be less than 1500 years old.
Volcano type volcanic field normal or dormant Location Canada Summit elevation 2500 m / 8,202 ft Bridge River Cones volcano eruptions 2350 ± 50 years ago Typical eruption style explosiveThe Bridge River Cones volcanic field is located at the extreme northern end of the Garibaldi volcanic belt. Pleistocene volcanic necks and cones were Potassium-Argon dated at 0.97 and 0.59 million years ago in the Salal Creek area and display ice-contact features.
Tuber Hill is a small 600,000-year-old basaltic stratovolcano to the north that was constructed on the Bridge River upland when neighboring valleys were filled with ice.