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Pavlof Volcano  Alaska
Ranges: North America Ranges / Alaska Ranges / Aleutian Range

Height: 2515 m -> 8251 feet
Prominence?: 2505 m  
Line Parent?: Redoubt Volcano (778.5 km away, at bearing 40 degrees)
Greater Parent: Redoubt Volcano (779.0 km away)

Location:   55.41717,-161.89366     55:25:02, -161:53:37   4U 316850 6145024   AreaCode: FQ51/EI19
First Ascent: 1928 J. Gardiner, P. Yatchmenoff, T. Jagger, O. McKinley, R. Stewart
Pavlof Volcano and Pavlof Sister
This peak is #10 in Prominence List for Alaska .A glaciated stratovolcano located near the southwest end of the Alaska Peninsula. The Pavlof Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Alaska with its latest eruption in 1997. The largest recorded eruption occured in 1911. Access is by boat to Pavlof Bay via the nearby village of Cold Bay, which is a stop on the Alaska Ferry system. The mountain is typically climbed from the west but can be easily ascended on skis from other directions.

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24 Pavlof Volcano and Pavlof Sister Kevin Altheim