An active stratovolcano, Redoubt Volcano is the second highest of the 76 major volcanoes of the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands. Located within Lake Clark National Park, extensive glaciers and ice fields cover much of the volcano. There was a major eruption of Redoubt in 2009, with ash deposition throughout southcentral Alaska nearly 20 years after its last major eruption.
Year designated: 1976
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