Quick Facts

Location:
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska
Significance:
An active stratovolcano
Designation:
National Natural Landmark
OPEN TO PUBLIC:
Yes
Redoubt Volcano rises to a dramatic 10,197 feet from nearby sea level. This stratovolcano is at the head of the Chigmit Mountains within Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. There have been eruptions in 1902, 1966, 1989, and most recently in 2009.

The Alaska Volcano Observatory monitors Redoubt along with the 51 other active volcanoes in the state. Their website is a wealth of information and includes current alerts about volcanic activity.

To learn more about volcanoes in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, visit their Volcanoes page.