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]
Location Skamania County, Washington, US
Parent range Cascade Range
Topo map USGS Stabler
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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