Los Atlixcos Volcano - John Seach


(Cerro el Abra)

19.809 N, 96.526 W
summit elevation 800 m
Shield volcano

Los Atlixcos Volcano is located on the Gulf of Mexico coast. The volcano consists of a shield volcano with two summit pyroclastic cones.

Both pyroclastic cones, known as Cerro los Atlixcos, lie along an E-W line about 2 km apart; both cones are breached to the east. Basaltic lava flows extend to the north and east, reaching the coast.

Los Atlixcos Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruption.