|Elevation||1,611 m (5,285 ft)|
The Sork Ale Volcano (also known as the Asdaga or Sorcali Volcano) is a sicilic stratovolcano located in the Danakil Horst at the southern end of the Danakil Alps near the Ethiopia/Eritrea border. It makes up part of the Bidu volcanic complex (with the Nabro Volcano, Bara Ale and Mallahle).
The volcano has scoria cones suggesting Strombolian eruptions. At the top of the volcano is a 1km wide 300m steep sided caldera there are satellite vents on the south east flank. The volcano lies on the western end of lava field.
|This volcanology article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|