|Elevation||1,200 m (3,900 ft)|
|Mountain type||Volcanic field|
Quezaltepeque is a volcanic field in Chiquimula, Guatemala at . It has erupted in the Holocene. It is an area of basaltic lava flows was erupted from vents along a north-south trending fault without explosions, cutting through Tertiary pyroclastic rocks WNW of Ipala volcano about 5 km south of Quezaltepeque town. These basaltic flows issued passively from vents along a N-S-trending fault without accompanying explosive activity. There are mounds of lava over the vents.
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