Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky is a complex volcano made up of 4 stratovolcanoes. The highest one reaches 2,323m. Its last explosive eruption with an ash column dates back to 1960/1961. However in 2000 and 2007 phreatic explosions took place. Located in the eastern range, this volcano belongs to Mutnovsky-Gorely volcanic group, which is made up of three volcanoes. It is on the territory of South Kamchatka Nature Park. It is 45km north from Paratunka, 70km away from Petropavlsovsk-Kamchatksy and 70km away from Yelizovo. Ascending this volcano allows visitors to appreciate its beauty: mud pools, explosive fumaroles, crater lakes, etc.
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