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| Pavlof Sister (left) and ash-covered Pavlof (right) in July 1975
(photo by T. Miller, USGS)   <click to enlarge>

Pavlof & Pavlof Sister
    8261 ft (2518 m) .
Major Peaks:
Pavlof:     8261 ft (2518 m)
Pavlof Sister:     7028 ft (2142 m)
Location: Aleutian Range, on Alaska Peninsula,
35 miles (55 km) E of Cold Bay
Lat / Long: 55.4° N, 161.9° W
Volcanic Type: Stratovolcano complex
Volcanic Status: Pavlof:Sister   Active, last eruption 1997
Pavlof Sister:   Dormant, last eruption 1786
First Ascent: Pavlof:   T. A. Jagger, J. Gardiner, O. P. McKinley,
Pavlof:   P. A. Yatchmenoff, and R. H. Stewart, 1928
First Ski Descent:
Skiable Vertical: Pavlof:Sister   over 8000 ft (2400 m)
Pavlof Sister:   over 7000 ft (2100 m)
Administration:   Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge



Pavlof & Pavlof Sister . . .





Some useful links:  

    Global Volcanism Program: Pavlof
    Global Volcanism Program: Pavlof Sister
    Alaska Volcano Observatory
    Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge
   
   
Topographic map of Pavlof and Pavlof Sister (1:250,000 scale)
    from USGS Cold Bay and Port Moller
    <click to enlarge>



      More photos and info about routes, access, etc. may be added in the future ...


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