Volcán de Colima: Timelapse Eruption Videos

Volcán de Colima (3,839-m) is an active andesitic stratovolcano in the Mexican state of Colima. Considered by many volcanologists to be the most active volcano in North America, it is known for producing explosive eruptions on a regular basis. It is located in the far western end of the Trans-Mexican … Continue reading…

Volcán Calbuco (2,015-m) via North Ridge (Class-2 Scramble)

  Volcán Calbuco is a 2,015-meter (6,611-foot) active stratovolcano in the Lagos district of southern Chile. It is situated across the waters of Lago Llanquihue from the iconic 2,652-m Volcán Osorno. First-time visitors to the area might notice the disparity in appearance between the two neighboring volcanoes: Calbuco’s stumpy, scabrous … Continue reading…