Kochelevsky Volcano

Kochelevsky Volcano is among the unique natural sites of South Kamchatka Federal Reserve. It doesn’t belong to any volcanic group or volcanic range. It is located in the South of the peninsula. It is a volcanic massif made up of five large volcanic structures: a caldera, a former shield volcano, two stratovolcanoes and an active volcano whose crater is about 2.5km wide. The highest point of the massif reaches an altitude of 1,812m. The last eruption of Kochelevsky took place around 1690.
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