The volcano is visible in the center of this image, right behind the ash column of the Chaitén volcano in eruption.
|Elevation||2,450 m (8,040 ft) |
|Prominence||1,518 m (4,980 ft) |
|Last eruption||February to March 1835|
Michinmahuida (Spanish pronunciation: [mitʃinmaˈwiða]) (alternate spellings Minchinmávida or Michimahuida) is a glaciated stratovolcano located in Los Lagos Region of Chile. It lies about 15 km east of Chaitén volcano, and was extensively covered in ash during the 2008 eruption of Chaitén. The stratovolcano lies above the regional Liquine-Ofqui Fault zone, and the ice-covered massif towers over the south portion of Pumalín Park. It has a summit elevation of 2,450 meters above sea level.
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- "South American Summits Ranked by Re-ascent"
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