Khodutka Volcano

Khodutka Volcano belongs to the volcanic massif of the same name made up of three volcanoes, in the eastern range at the south of the peninsula. It is part of South Kamchatka Nature Park included in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. This dormant stratovolcano is considered as potentially active. Its crater is badly damaged. Khodutka reaches a height of 2,090m. Its last eruption probably took place 2,000/2,500 years ago.
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