Peuet Sague is a large volcanic complex that rises to 2801 m in NW Sumatra. The volcano, whose name means “square,” contains four summit peaks, with the youngest lava dome being located to the north or NW. This extremely isolated volcano lies several days journey on foot from the nearest village and is infrequently visited. The first recorded historical eruption took place from 1918-21, when explosive activity and pyroclastic flows accompanied summit lava-dome growth. The historically active crater is located SE of the Gunung Tutung lava dome and has typically produced small-to-moderate explosive eruptions.
North Sumatra Lake Lau Kawar Gugung Kuta Village This lake is located at the foot of Mount Sinabung Tanah Karo, about 50 km from the city of Medan. Compared with the broad reach of Lake Toba 1265 square kilometers, Lake Lau Kawar wide with only 200 hectares of what is[…]
Banda Sea, Teon volcano http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0605-05= Country: Indonesia Subregion Name: Banda Sea Volcano Number: 0605-05= Volcano Type: Stratovolcano Volcano Status: Historical Last Known Eruption: 1904 Summit Elevation: 655 m 2,149 feet Latitude: 6.92°S 6°55’0″S Longitude: 129.125°E 129°7’30″E Teon, an elongated island in the southwestern Banda arc, is also known as Serawerna,[…]