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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-06801

A vigorous steam plume, seen here from the east in September 1996, rises above Pico Central, the glacier-clad summit of Huila volcano.  The 5364-m-high volcano is Colombia's highest active volcano.  Long-term, persistent steam plumes occurred at Huila prior to the onset of eruptive activity in 2007.  Before then, only a single 16th century eruption was known during historical time. Photo by Bernardo Pulgarín, 1996 (INGEOMINAS, Colombia).

A vigorous steam plume, seen here from the east in September 1996, rises above Pico Central, the glacier-clad summit of Huila volcano. The 5364-m-high volcano is Colombia's highest active volcano. Long-term, persistent steam plumes occurred at Huila prior to the onset of eruptive activity in 2007. Before then, only a single 16th century eruption was known during historical time.

Photo by Bernardo Pulgarín, 1996 (INGEOMINAS, Colombia).


Nevado del Huila