Cocoa Crater

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Cocoa Crater
Cocoa Crater.jpg
Highest point
Elevation 2,123 m (6,965 ft)
Prominence 168 m (551 ft)
Coordinates 57°39′N 130°42′W / 57.650°N 130.700°W / 57.650; -130.700
Geography
Location British Columbia, Canada
Parent range Tahltan Highland
Topo map NTS 104G/10
Geology
Age of rock Holocene
Mountain type Cinder cone
Last eruption Holocene

Cocoa Crater is a cinder cone in the Stikine Country of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is located 38 km southeast of Telegraph Creek and 8 m (26 ft) southwest of Mount Edziza. Cocoa Crater is one of the 30 cinder cones around the Mount Edziza complex that formed in the year 700. The ash around Cocoa Crater is quite deep, its summit is a jet black color and its summit is red. It is quite a different color from the brown color of Coffee Crater, which is to the south of Cocoa Crater.

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