Trout Creek Hill

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Trout Creek Hill
Highest point
Elevation 2920+ ft, (890+ m)
Prominence 920 ft (280 m)
Coordinates 45°50′11″N 121°59′41″W / 45.8365040°N 121.9948065°W / 45.8365040; -121.9948065[1]
Geography
Location Skamania County, Washington, US
Parent range Cascade Range
Topo map USGS Stabler
Geology
Age of rock Pleistocene
Mountain type Shield volcano
Last eruption 340,000 years ago

Trout Creek Hill is a small Pleistocene basaltic shield volcano in Washington, United States. It produced a lava flow about 340,000 years ago that traveled 20 km (12 mi) southeast, which dammed the Columbia River for a short period of time.[2]

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