|Gunung Sibayak (Indonesian)|
Deleng Sibayak (Karo)
Sibayak seen from the Southeast
|Elevation||2,212 m (7,257 ft)|
Mt. Sibayak (Indonesian: Gunung Sibayak) is a small stratovolcano overlooking the town of Berastagi in northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Although its last eruption was more than a century ago, geothermal activity in the form of steam vents and hot springs remains high on and around the volcano. The vents produce crystalline sulfur, which was mined on a small scale in the past. Seepage of sulfurous gases has also caused acidic discolouration of the small crater lake.
Crater of Gunung Sibayak. Mount Sinabung in the back.
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