Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04525
Kawah Karaha, seen here from the SW, is an eroded Quaternary volcanic complex at the northern end of a chain of volcanoes extending north from Galunggung volcano. The forested complex is known for the Kawah Karaha fumarole field, which is located along the Cipanas stream. The fumarole field covers an area of 250 x 80 m and contains a sulfur deposit. The age of the most recent eruption of Kawah Karaha is not known.