Ugashik-Peulik Alaska

Ugashik-Peulik is a volcanic complex in the U.S. state of Alaska, which includes the stratovolcano of Mount Peulik and the adjacent Ugashik caldera. It is located to the south of Becharof Lake in Lake and Peninsula Borough on the Alaska Peninsula. It is part of the Aleutian Range.
  • Elevation: 4,836 ft (1,474 m)
  • Location: Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska, U.S.
  • Parent range: Aleutian Range
  • Topo map: USGS
  • Mountain type: Stratovolcano and caldera complex
  • Volcanic arc/belt: Aleutian Arc
  • Last eruption: 1852 (questionable)
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