stratovolcano 3116 m / 10,223 ft
Northern Chile, Bolivia and Argentina, South America, -23.97°S / -68.13°WCurrent status
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Typical eruption style
Tilocalar volcano eruptions
: none in recent times
No recent earthquakes
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Tilocalar is a twin volcano in northern Chile. The 2 stratovolcanoes are the larger Tilocálar Sur and the smaller northern volcano, Tilocálar Norte, located about 3.5 km SW.
The 2 Volcánes de Tilocálar overlie Pliocene ignimbrites. There are 4 lava flows from Tilocálar Sur and an explosion crater 1 km to the south. Lava flows from Tilocálar Norte traveled primarily to the north.