Malaya Udina Volcano

Malaya Udina Volcano belongs to volcano group Klyuchevskoy, in the Eastern volcanic range. It is located on the Klyuchevskoy Volcano Nature Park included in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. This volcano and the nearby Bolshaya Udina are the southern of the range. Malaya Udina is a 1 945 meters high stratovolcano. It has a cone shape with steep slopes from 15 to 25°. The date of the last eruption of this extinct volcano is unknown.
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