Santa Clara Volcano
|Santa Clara Volcano|
View of the southern Santa Clara cinder cone from the flanks of the northern one.
|Elevation||4843+ ft (1476+ m) NAVD 88|
|Location||Washington County, Utah|
|Age of rock||1,400,000 yrs|
|Mountain type||Volcanic field and cinder cones|
|Last eruption||27,000 years ago|
Santa Clara Volcano is a volcanic field and lava flow in the Diamond Valley in Washington County, Utah, United States. The most prominent features are two cinder cones that rise above Snow Canyon State Park. The southern cinder cone and most of the north cinder cone are within the boundaries of Snow Canyon State Park. The city of St. George, Utah is located in the volcanic field. The date of the last eruption is unknown.
- "North Cinder Cone, Utah". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2016-04-25.
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