Iliamna Volcano, located within Lake Clark National Park, is a broad, cone-shaped active stratovolcano that rises to a summit of 10,016 feet. Most of the volcano is covered by snow and ice and at least 10 glaciers radiate from its summit. Its great height and proximity to Cook Inlet make it readily visible from the east side of the inlet and from Anchorage.
Year designated: 1976
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