List of volcanoes in Guatemala

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Major volcanoes of Guatemala

This is a list of active, dormant, and extinct volcanoes in Guatemala.[1]

Volcanoes[edit]

Name Elevation
(m)
Elevation
(ft)
Coordinates Last eruption
Acatenango[2] 3976 13,044 14°30′02″N 90°52′33″W / 14.50056°N 90.87583°W / 14.50056; -90.87583 (Acatenango) 1972
Agua[3] 3760 12,336 14°27′53″N 90°44′35″W / 14.46472°N 90.74306°W / 14.46472; -90.74306 (Volcán de Agua) Holocene
Almolonga[4] 3197 10,489 14°49′00″N 91°29′00″W / 14.81667°N 91.48333°W / 14.81667; -91.48333 (Almolonga) 1818
Atitlán[5] 3535 11,598 14°34′58″N 91°11′11″W / 14.58278°N 91.18639°W / 14.58278; -91.18639 (Volcán Atitlán) 1853
Chingo[6] 1775 5823 14°07′00″N 89°44′00″W / 14.11667°N 89.73333°W / 14.11667; -89.73333 (Chingo) Holocene
Cerro Santiago[7] 1192 3911 14°20′00″N 89°52′00″W / 14.33333°N 89.86667°W / 14.33333; -89.86667 (Cerro Santiago) Holocene
Cerro de Oro[8] 1892 6207 14°39′50″N 91°10′41″W / 14.66389°N 91.17806°W / 14.66389; -91.17806 (Cerro de Oro) -
Chicabal[9] 2900 9514 14°47′00″N 91°40′00″W / 14.78333°N 91.66667°W / 14.78333; -91.66667 (Volcán Chicabal) -
Chiquimula Volcanic Field[10] 1192 3911 14°50′00″N 89°33′00″W / 14.83333°N 89.55000°W / 14.83333; -89.55000 (Chiquimula Volcanic Field) Holocene
Coxóm[11] 3045 10007 14°53′15″N 91°23′52″W / 14.88750°N 91.39778°W / 14.88750; -91.39778 (Cerro de Coxóm)
Cuilapa-Barbarena[12] 1454 4770 14°20′00″N 90°24′00″W / 14.33333°N 90.40000°W / 14.33333; -90.40000 (Cuilapa-Barbarena) Holocene
Flores[13] 1600 5249 14°18′28″N 89°59′32″W / 14.30778°N 89.99222°W / 14.30778; -89.99222 (Volcán de Flores) Holocene
Fuego[14] 3763 12,346 14°28′22″N 90°52′49″W / 14.47278°N 90.88028°W / 14.47278; -90.88028 (Volcán de Fuego) 2014
Ipala[15] 1650 5413 14°33′00″N 89°38′00″W / 14.55000°N 89.63333°W / 14.55000; -89.63333 (Ipala) Holocene
Ixtepeque[16] 1292 4239 14°25′00″N 89°41′00″W / 14.41667°N 89.68333°W / 14.41667; -89.68333 (Ixtepeque) Holocene
Jumaytepeque[17] 1815 5955 14°20′08″N 90°16′10″W / 14.33556°N 90.26944°W / 14.33556; -90.26944 (Volcán Jumaytepeque) Holocene
Moyuta[18] 1662 5453 14°02′00″N 90°06′00″W / 14.03333°N 90.10000°W / 14.03333; -90.10000 (Moyuta) -
Pacaya[19] 2552 8373 14°22′51″N 90°36′04″W / 14.38083°N 90.60111°W / 14.38083; -90.60111 (Pacaya) 2013 (ongoing)
Quezaltepeque[20] 1200 3937 14°34′00″N 89°27′00″W / 14.56667°N 89.45000°W / 14.56667; -89.45000 (Quezaltepeque) Holocene
San Pedro 3020 9908 14°39′21″N 91°15′57″W / 14.65583°N 91.26583°W / 14.65583; -91.26583 (San Pedro) -
Santa María[21] 3772 12,375 14°45′21″N 91°33′06″W / 14.75583°N 91.55167°W / 14.75583; -91.55167 (Santa Maria) 2013
Santo Tomas[22] 3542 11,621 14°42′37″N 91°28′43″W / 14.71028°N 91.47861°W / 14.71028; -91.47861 (Santo Tomas) 84,000 years ago
Siete Orejas[9] 3370 11060 14°48′53″N 91°37′04″W / 14.81472°N 91.61778°W / 14.81472; -91.61778 (Volcán Siete Orejas) -
Suchitán[23] 2042 6699 14°24′00″N 89°47′00″W / 14.40000°N 89.78333°W / 14.40000; -89.78333 (Suchitan) 1469
Tacaná[24] 4060 13,320 15°07′48″N 92°06′45″W / 15.13000°N 92.11250°W / 15.13000; -92.11250 (Volcán Tacaná) 1986
Tahual[25] 1716 5630 14°26′00″N 89°54′00″W / 14.43333°N 89.90000°W / 14.43333; -89.90000 (Tahual) Holocene
Tajumulco[26] 4220 13,845 15°02′04″N 91°54′12″W / 15.03444°N 91.90333°W / 15.03444; -91.90333 (Volcán Tajumulco) 1863
Tecuamburro[27] 1845 6053 14°09′22″N 90°24′25″W / 14.15611°N 90.40694°W / 14.15611; -90.40694 (Tecuamburro) 960 BC ± 75 years
Tolimán[28] 3158 10,361 14°36′45″N 91°11′21″W / 14.61250°N 91.18917°W / 14.61250; -91.18917 (Volcán Tolimán) Holocene

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ INSIVUMEH. "Localización de los volcanes de Guatemala" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2009-04-19. 
  2. ^ "Volcán Acatenango". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  3. ^ "Volcán Agua". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  4. ^ "Volcán Almolonga". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  5. ^ "Volcán Atitlán". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  6. ^ "Volcán Chingo". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  7. ^ "Cerro Santiago". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  8. ^ "Volcán Tolimán: Synonyms and Subfeatures". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  9. ^ a b "Volcanes de Guatemala". INSIVUMEH. 
  10. ^ "Chiquimula Volcanic Field". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  11. ^ Bohnenberger, Otto H. "Los focos eruptivos cuaternarios de Guatemala". Guatemala: INSIVUMEH. Retrieved 2010-050-05.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  12. ^ "Cuilapa-Barbarena". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  13. ^ "Volcán de Flores". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  14. ^ "Volcán de Fuego". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  15. ^ "Volcán Ipala". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  16. ^ "Ixtepeque". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  17. ^ "Volcán Jumaytepeque". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  18. ^ "Moyuta". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  19. ^ "Volcán Pacaya". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  20. ^ "Quezaltepeque". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  21. ^ "Volcán Santa María". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  22. ^ "Volcán Atitlán". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  23. ^ "Volcán Suchitán". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  24. ^ "Volcán Tacaná". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  25. ^ "Volcán Tahual". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  26. ^ "Volcán Tajumulco". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  27. ^ "Volcán Tecuamburro". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 
  28. ^ "Volcán Tolimán". Smithsonian Institution: Global Volcanism Program. 

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