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Mount Katmai  Alaska   #23211
Ranges: North America Ranges / Alaska Ranges / Aleutian Range

Height: 2047 m -> 6716 feet
Prominence?: 752 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Griggs (11.8 km away, at bearing 315 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Griggs (12.0 km away)

Location:   58.27917,-154.95383     58:16:45, -154:57:14   5V 385421 6461453   AreaCode: FP84/CJ75
First Ascent: 1917 1917 by C. Maynard and J. Shipley
Mount Katmai and Caldera
Mount Katmai is located on the Alaska Penninsula in Katmai National Park. Katmai's eruption in the 1912 - or rather of Novarupta, one of its attendant subpeak-volcanoes - was extensively covered in the early National Geographic, and was one of the first large-scale modern-era eruptions to be extensively studied and documented (relative to the smaller, tamer eruptions of California's Mount Lassen). In the same area, the Redoubt Volcano has received more coverage, having erupted in 1989-1990.

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15 The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes Kevin Altheim
6 Mount Katmai and Caldera Kevin Altheim
4 View West from Mount Katmai Kevin Altheim