Santa Ana Volcano Northwest El Salvador Central America - Stock image

Active Volcano, Cinder Cone, El Salvador, Lava, Rainforest

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Stock photo ID:186602955
Upload date:October 30, 2013


A view over the top of a cloud forest from a lookout in the Cerro Verde National Park to the Santa Ana volcano rising above the coastal cloud layers near the Pacific Coast of northwestern El Salvador in Central America--not far from the Guatemala border. You can see that the top of Santa Ana volcano has been recently active (2006) when it threw out hot gases, super heated water, and viscous/fluid lava flows that burned some of the cloud forest and forced people to flee from small villages down slope near the large Caldera Lake of Coatepeque. You can see the erosional gullies on the slope and some of the burned forest. In the saddle below is a famous mountain resort--Casa Cristal--which had to be rebuilt after the most recent eruptions.
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