Zhupanovsky volcanic ridge frames the Nalychevo Valley from the north. Its located about 40 km to the north from Avachinsky and Koryaksky volcanoes.
|Form and structure|
This is a complex volcano edifice, composed of four merged cones of stratovolcanoes of similar ages and structures.
|Basalts, andesibasalts, andesites, dacites.|
|Aviation color code|
|Last VONA/KVERT Releases|
There are possibly explosive and explosive-effusive eruptions of the volcano. The volcano could constitute a potential hazard to international and low-flying aircraft.
Ash falls possible at:
Paratunka (90 km to the south-west from the volcano)
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (70 km to the south-south-west)
Yelizovo (70 km to the south-west)
2014/6/6 – 2016/11/20
2013/10/21 – 2013/10/24
1956/12/27 – 1957/7
1940/1 – 1940/2