View from the east of Klyuchevskoy erupting in 1987,
with the eroded southeast face of Kamen at left
(photo by A. Yu. Ozerov)
15863 ft (4835 m)
Highest point in Kamchatka & Siberia
||Eastern Kamchatka, |
20 miles (30 km) SW of Klyuchi
|Lat / Long: ||56.1° N, 160.6° E|
|Volcanic Type: ||Stratovolcano|
|Volcanic Status: ||Very active, constant eruptions as of 2003|
|First Ascent: ||Daniil Gauss and party, 1788|
|First Ski Descent: |
|Skiable Vertical: ||over 10000 ft (3000 m)|
A brief description of Klyuchevskoy will be added here soon, along with a topographic map.
More photos and info about routes, access, etc. may be added in the future ...