Discover 8 Volcanoes in Canada

Mount Garibaldi

Located in British Columbia, Mount Garibaldi is an active stratovolcano in the Garibaldi Ranges. It offers stunning views and challenging hiking opportunities.

Mount Meager

Situated in southwestern British Columbia, Mount Meager is a complex volcanic system with hot springs and geothermal features. It is known for its geologically active landscape.

Mount Edziza

A huge volcanic complex in northeastern British Columbia with lava flows, cinder cones, and glacier valleys. Tahltan people revere it.

Wells Gray-Clearwater Volcanic Field

Over 40 volcanic cones and lava fields are at Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia. Hiking and scenery are unique.

Mount Cayley

Situated in southwestern British Columbia, Mount Cayley is an active stratovolcano within the Pacific Ring of Fire. It features stunning glaciers and rugged terrain.

Hoodoo Mountain

Located in northwestern British Columbia, Hoodoo Mountain is an eroded volcanic cone with distinctive mushroom-shaped pillars called hoodoos.

Castle Rock

Situated in northern British Columbia, Castle Rock is a volcanic plug formed by ancient volcanic activity. It stands as an impressive geological feature.

Tseax Cone

Situated in northwestern British Columbia, Tseax Cone is an ancient volcanic cone that erupted in the 18th century, leaving behind a lava flow known as the "Aiyansh lava beds."

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