8 World’s Tallest Volcanic Mountains

Volcanic Mountains are primarily active in the center of the mountains, and many of the highest mountains and small isolated islands were produced thousands of years ago by massive volcanism. The Volcanic Mountains sustain heat activity for hundreds of years and come to quiet with a little amount of cover on top.

Ojos de Salado is the tallest volcanic mountain in the world with a height of 6685 meters, located in Argentina. Kilimanjaro and Mount Fuji are the Popular Mountains, and Tallest Mountain in its region is also built by massive volcanic eruptions.

Chimaltenango, Guatemala. Photo by Gary Saldana on Unsplash


Name of River



1Ojos de Salado6685 mArgentina
2Guallatiri6060 mChile
3Lotopaxi5897 mEquador
4Lascar5641 mChile
5Tupungatito5640 mChile
6Popocatepeti5451 mMexico
7Nevado del Ruiz5400 mColombia
8Sangay5230 mEcuador
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