- VolcanoCerro Auquihuato volcano is a young, 380 m high cinder cone in southern Perú, located about 30 km NE of Sara Sara volcano and east of Río Ocona. The location on a high plateau is very remote and far from road access and little is known about the volcano. Satellite images show a young lava flow with prominent channel structures. The flow extends 9 km south of the volcano.
Volcano type cinder cone (probably) extinct Location Peru Summit elevation 4980? m / 16,338 ft Cerro Auquihuato volcano eruptions unknown Typical eruption style effusive, strombolian