National Natural Landmarks

Shishaldin Volcano

Shishaldin Volcano
Shishaldin Volcano

Located within Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, Shishaldin Volcano is the highest volcano on Unimak Island. Used for centuries as a landmark, this explosive stratovolcano is primarily known for its remarkable form, a near perfect cone, which it has retained despite violent eruptions. Designated: 1967. Ownership: Federal.

Location: Alaska, AK

Year designated: 1967

Acres: 62,714

Ownership: Federal




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