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Volcano WebCams around the Pacific Ring of Fire and Beyond
      Page created November 2009, last updated December 2010, loaded at 8:57 AM PST (UTC-8) on Thursday, December 1, 2022



    This page shows views of weather conditions on numerous skiable volcanoes throughout the Pacific Ring of Fire and beyond, most of which are included in my online guidebook, Skiing the Pacific Ring of Fire and Beyond. It was created in November 2009, and although significantly expanded over the past year it is still under construction and quite incomplete in some areas. The design and layout of this page are based on my Cascade Volcano WebCams page, which has been online since May 2000 and has since grown to display volcanoes along about 1/4 of the Pacific Ring of Fire in North America extending from the Aleutian Islands of Alaska through the West Coast and down to Mexico, plus Hawaii. This page currently displays 123 camera views showing over 60 volcanoes along the remainder of the Ring of Fire including Kamchatka, Japan, New Zealand, South America, and Antarctica, plus a few regions beyond the Ring of Fire such as the North Atlantic, Europe, the Middle East, and East Africa. Only a few areas within the scope of this page have a large number of volcano webcams online (in particular Japan, New Zealand, and Italy), while webcam coverage is very sparse in Kamchatka and throughout most of South America, and non-existent for the Kuril Islands and for Antarctica volcanoes except near Ross Island.
    The regions shown on this page fall into 10 different time zones spanning a range of 18 hours from UTC-5 to UTC+13, so a very nice feature is that there's usually something to see 24 hours per day since it's always daytime in at least a few of these areas. In addition, a number of these webcams are highly light-sensitive or infrared-capable, and thus provide a viewable nighttime image on clear moonlit nights. The range of latitudes extends from Jan Mayen north of the Arctic Circle at 71° N, through Cotopaxi and Mount Kenya at the Equator, and all the way south to Mounts Erebus and Discovery in Antarctica at 78° S, thus also showing a broad range of seasons at once.
    See the bottom of this page for the page history and current construction status. If you know of any other webcams showing skiable volcanoes throughout the world, please email me (thanks).
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KAMCHATKA (RUSSIA)
  Time Zone: MAGT (UTC+11)
  Apr-Oct: MAGST (UTC+12)


For info about Kamchatka volcanoes, see
Kamchatka & Kuril Islands: Regional Map and Introduction



Ust'-Kamchatsk, Russia

Klyuchi, Russia
Klyuchi, Russia
Semyachik, Russia

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia

Ozernaya, Russia

Shiveluch
10771 ft / 3283 m
56.7° N, 161.4° E
Shiveluch Webcam (EMSD)  (300 ft)
    Distant view of Shiveluch from Klyuchi, 30 miles south,
    looking directly into the currently active steaming crater;
    see also 24-hour archive of Shiveluch images (AVO)

Klyuchevskoy
(Kliuchevskoi or
Klyuchevskaya Sopka)
15863 ft / 4835 m
56.1° N, 160.6° E
Klyuchevskoy Webcam (EMSD)  (300 ft)
    Excellent view of Klyuchevskoy, the highest volcano
    in Kamchatka and the most active in mainland Asia,
    from Klyuchi, 20 miles north;
    see also 24-hour archive of Klyuchevskoy images (AVO)

Ushkovsky
12936 ft / 3943 m
56.1° N, 160.5° E
Kamen
15042 ft / 4585 m
56.0° N, 160.6° E
Bezymianny
9455 ft / 2882 m
56.0° N, 160.6° E
Bezymianny Webcam (EMSD)  (300 ft)
    Excellent view of 4 volcanoes from Kozyrevsk, 30 miles west:
    Ushkovsky (left), Klyuchevskoy (left-center), Kamen (center),
    and Bezymianny (the squat lava dome at right); this camera
    sometimes shows red lava flowing down Klyuchevskoy
    during eruptions, most easily visible in twilight and darkness;
    see also 24-hour archive of Bezymianny images (AVO)

Koryaksky
11338 ft / 3456 m
53.3° N, 158.7° E
Koryaksky Webcam (KVERT)  (100 ? ft)
    Excellent zoomed view of Koryaksky
    from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, 20 miles south;
    see also 24-hour archive of Koryaksky images (AVO)


Koryaksky Webcam (EMSD) [translate]  (100 ? ft)
    Excellent wide-angle view of Koryaksky
    from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, 20 miles south



Avachinsky
9026 ft / 2751 m
53.3° N, 158.8° E
Koryaksky and Avachinsky Webcam (EMSD)  (100 ? ft)
    Nice view of Koryaksky (left) and Avachinsky (right)
    from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, 20 miles south




JAPAN
  Time Zone: JST (UTC+9)
  Year-round, no DST


For info about Japan's volcanoes, see
Japan, China, & Korea: Regional Map and Introduction





Rishiri, Japan
Rishiri, Japan


Abashiri, Japan

Rishirizan
(Mount Rishiri)
5646 ft / 1721 m
45.2° N, 141.3° E
Rishiri from Rebun Webcam [translate]  (100 ? ft)
    Nice view of Rishiri Island, a conical stratovolcano off
    the coast of Hokkaido, from Rebun Island, 10 miles NW
Sarobetsu Plain Webcam  (20 ft)
    Distant view of the cone of Rishiri (see example) from the
    Sarobetsu Plain in northwestern Hokkaido, 25 miles SE;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images
Rishiri from Wakkanai Webcam [translate]  (200 ? ft)
    Distant telephoto view of Rishiri from the coastal
    city of Wakkanai in northwestern Hokkaido, 25 miles NE

Rausudake
(Mount Rausu)
5446 ft / 1660 m
44.1° N, 145.1° E
Shiretoko Peninsula Rausu Webcam  (600 ft)
    Nice view of Rausudake, a stratovolcano on the
    Shiretoko Peninsula in northeastern Hokkaido, from a
    hilltop near the coastal town of Rausu, about 5 miles SE;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images

Daisetsuzan
(Mount Daisetsu)
(Asahidake)
7513 ft / 2290 m
43.7° N, 142.9° E
Daisetsuzan Higashikawa Webcam [translate]  (700 ft)
    Nice view of the Daisetsuzan Volcanic Group
    from Higashikawa, 16 miles west;
    Daisetsuzan is the highest volcano on Hokkaido,
    the northernmost of Japan's four main islands

Asahidake Visitor Center Webcam [translate]  (3600 ft)
    Nice view of Asahidake, the highest peak
    in the Daisetsuzan Volcanic Group, from
    the Asahidake Visitor Center, 3 miles west


Asahidake Ropeway Summit Webcam [translate]  (5300 ft)
    Nice closeup view of Asahidake from the top station of the
    Daisetsuzan Asahidake Ropeway [translate], 1.5 miles west




Asahikawa, Japan


Obihiro, Japan

Tokachidake
(Mount Tokachi)
6814 ft / 2077 m
43.4° N, 142.7° E
Tokachidake Live Camera [translate]  (800 ft)
    View of Tokachidake from the town of Biei,
    about 16 miles NW; Tokachi is a very active group of
    stratovolcanoes including the second highest volcano
    on Hokkaido, with the latest eruption in 2004

Eniwadake
(Mount Eniwa)
4330 ft / 1320 m
42.8° N, 141.3° E
Lake Shikotsu Eniwadake Webcam  (850 ft)
    Excellent view from the eastern shore of Lake Shikotsu,
    a 1181 ft / 360 m deep lake within a volcanic caldera, with
    the stratovolcano Eniwadake on the NW shore 7 miles away;
    Eniwa was the site of the men's and women's downhill races
    during the 1972 Winter Olympics, with the two courses plus
    a gondola and chairlift temporarily built up the SW flanks
Sapporo, Japan


Sapporo, Japan
Hakodate, Japan

Niseko-Annupuri
4291 ft / 1308 m
42.9° N, 140.6° E
Niseko Grand Hirafu Ski Resort  (2700 ft)
    View looking NW towards the summit of Niseko-Annupuri,
    a lava-dome volcano located 8 miles NW of Yoteizan
    across the valley; Niseko Grand Hirafu is the largest of
    several ski areas at Niseko, with 3050 ft / 930 m of vertical;
    two other cams show views from the base area near 1000 ft

Yoteizan
(Mount Yotei)
6211 ft / 1893 m
42.8° N, 140.8° E
Mount Yotei Live Camera  (500 ? ft)
    Excellent view of Yoteizan from Niseko, 5 miles SW

Lake Toya Webcam  (300 ft)
    Distant view of the cone of Yoteizan (see example)
    from 18 miles south on the south shore of Lake Toya,
    a 590 ft / 180 m deep lake within a volcanic caldera;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images

Niseko Lodge Mount Yotei Webcam  (800 ft)
    Nice view of Yoteizan from
    Niseko Hirafu Village, 5 miles NW



Iwakisan
(Mount Iwaki)
5322 ft / 1625 m
40.7° N, 140.3° E
Mount Iwaki Camera [translate]  (300 ? ft)
    Excellent view of Iwakisan from Hirosaki University,
    in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture, about 10 miles SE;
    includes archived images EVERY MINUTE for 2008-2009
Aomori, Japan




Morioka, Japan
Morioka, Japan




Fukushima, Japan

Iwatesan
(Mount Iwate)
6696 ft / 2041 m
39.9° N, 141.0° E
Mount Iwate Live Cam  (400 ? ft)
    Nice view of Iwatesan from Iwate University,
    in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, about 10 miles SE
Mount Iwate Takizawamura Webcam [translate]  (500 ft)
    Nice zoomed view of Iwatesan (with an inset wide-angle
    view) from 8 miles SE in Takizawa Village near Morioka;
    includes archived images since 2009

Chokaisan
(Mount Chokai)
7326 ft / 2233 m
39.1° N, 140.1° E
Mount Chokai Live Camera [translate]  (???? ft)
    Excellent zoomed view of Chokaisan from Yurihonjo City,
    20 miles north; wide-angle view is also available, along with
    archives of both cams at 10-minute intervals for the past year;
    despite its modest elevation, Chokaisan is the largest volcano
    in northern Honshu, rising directly from the seashore with its
    summit only 10 miles inland and receiving massive snowfalls

Bandaisan
(Mount Bandai)
5968 ft / 1819 m
37.6° N, 140.1° E
Urabandai Live Camera [translate]  (2700 ft)
    Nice view of Bandaisan from Urabandai, 5 miles north;
    this plateau has many lakes and marshes formed by a large
    debris avalanche which buried several villages, as the
    northern flank of Bandaisan collapsed in an 1888 eruption
Renge Marsh in Urabandai and Mt. Bandai Webcam  (2700 ft)
    Another nice view of Bandaisan from Urabandai;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images


Hiuchigatake
(Mount Hiuchi)
7730 ft / 2356 m
37.0° N, 139.3° E

Hiuchigatake Oze Marsh Webcam  (5500 ft)
    Nice view of Hiuchigatake from the shore
    of Lake Oze marsh, about 2.5 miles SE;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images

Myokozan
(Mount Myoko)
8051 ft / 2454 m
36.9° N, 138.1° E
Myokozan from Okemi Webcam [translate]  (1900 ft)
    Nice view of Myokozan from Okemi, about 8 miles east,
    with several other views from nearby locations available;
    the east face of Myokozan hosts one of Japan's largest
    ski area complexes, Myoko Kogen

Myokozan from Ikenotaira Webcam [translate]  (2500 ft)
    Nice view of Myokozan reflected in a pond about 4 miles SE
    at Ikenotaira, southernmost of the Myoko Kogen ski areas


Toyama, Japan


Maebashi, Japan


Matsumoto, Japan
Matsumoto, Japan

Nikko-Shiranesan
(Mount Nikko-Shirane)
8458 ft / 2578 m
36.8° N, 139.4° E
Malnuma Kogen Webcam [translate]  (6500 ft)
    Nice closeup view of Nikko-Shiranesan from 1.3 miles NW
    at the upper cable car terminal of Malnuma Kogen [translate],
    a ski area located on the flanks of the volcano; several other
    webcam views are available, showing the ski slopes and lifts

Asamayama
(Mount Asama)
8425 ft / 2568 m
36.4° N, 138.5° E
Asama is the most active volcano on the island of Honshu,
a broad stratovolcanic complex with over a dozen webcams
monitoring it from several locations and all directions:
Asama Karuizawa Highway Cam [translate]  (3400 ft)
    Nice view of Asamayama from Karuizawa on Hwy 18,
    about 7 miles SE; this camera provides a fine
    nighttime image on clear moonlit nights
Asama Saku City Cam [translate]  (2300 ft)
    Nice view of Asamayama from the roof of city hall
    in Saku City, about 10 miles south; see also this page
    with archived images every 10 min since 2003, plus movies



Yakedake
(Mount Yake)
8054 ft / 2455 m
36.2° N, 137.6° E
Yakedake North Webcam [translate]  (3600 ? ft)
    Nice closeup view of Yakedake from about 2.5 miles north




Yakedake East Webcam [translate]  (5000 ? ft)
    Nice closeup view of Yakedake from about 1.5 miles east



Norikuradake
(Mount Norikura)
9928 ft / 3026 m
36.1° N, 137.6° E
Norikura from Norikura Plateau Webcam  (5300 ft)
    Nice view of Norikuradake, the third highest volcano
    in Japan, from Norikura Plateau about 3 miles east;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images

Ontakesan
(Mount Ontake)
10049 ft / 3063 m
35.9° N, 137.5° E
Kaidakogen Live Cam [translate]  (3900 ft)
    Nice view of Ontakesan, the second highest volcano
    in Japan, from Kaida Kogen about 10 miles east
Ontake Ski Resort Webcam [translate]  (5500 ft)
    View of slopes at the ski area on the SE flank of Ontakesan;
    three other smaller ski areas are on the east and north flanks

Fujisan
(Mount Fuji)
12388 ft / 3776 m
35.4° N, 138.7° E
The towering cone of Fujisan, a.k.a. Mount Fuji, is featured
online in dozens of webcams, perhaps over 100, probably
more webcams than any other mountain in the world.
Shown here are a small selection of the very best views,
from 11 different directions around the entire 360° compass:
Mount Fuji Live Camera  (50 ft)
    Excellent high-definition view of Fujisan
    from Numazu City, about 20 miles SSE;
    Japanese version of page [translate] has 24-hr archive

Mt Fuji from Tea Farm  (800 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji from a tea farm
    in Fuji City, about 10 miles SSW
Mt Fuji Shizuoka Internet Webcam  (200 ? ft)
    Nice view of Fuji from an office building
    in Fuji City, about 14 miles SSW

Mt Fuji from Shimizu Port  (50 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji from Shimizu Port, 28 miles SW;
    hourly images are available in 2x or 3x resolution

Mt Fuji from Fujinomiya  (2300 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji from Fujinomiya, about 8 miles west;
    hourly images are available in 2x or 3x resolution
Mt Fuji from Lake Tanuki  (2300 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji partiallty reflected in
    Lake Tanuki, 10 miles west near Fujinomiya;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images

Mt Fuji from Mt Sichimen  (6500 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji from
    atop Mt Sichimen, 20 miles west

Mt Fuji from Lake Shoji  (3000 ft)
    Nice view of Fuji from the NW shore
    of Lake Shoji, 11 miles NW
Mt Fuji from Lake Shoji  (3000 ft)
    Nice view of Fuji reflected in Lake Shoji, 11 miles NW
Mt Fuji from Lake Saiko  (3000 ft)
    Nice view of Fuji from the north shore
    of Lake Saiko, 10 miles NNW

Mt Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi  (2800 ft)
    Nice view of Fuji, partially reflected, from the
    north shore of Lake Kawaguchi, 12 miles north
Mt Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi  (2800 ft)
    Nice view of Fuji reflected in Lake Kawaguchi,
    from its NE shore, 12 miles north
Mt Fuji from Mt Mitsutoge  (5800 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji from atop Mt Mitsutoge,
    15 miles NNE, with the lights of Fujiyoshida City
    visible below on clear evenings and nights

Mt Fuji from Fujiyoshida City  (2600 ft)
    Excellent zoomed view of Fuji
    from Fujiyoshida City, 10 miles NE
Mt Fuji from Fujiyoshida City  (2900 ft)
    Nice view of Fuji from the 3rd floor of a
    building in Fujiyoshida City, 8 miles NE
Mt Fuji from Oshino  (3100 ft)
    Excellent closeup view of Fuji from Oshino, 9 miles NE
Mt Fuji from Oshino Hakkai  (3100 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji above a garden / tea house
    from Oshino, 9 miles NE

Mt Fuji from Lake Yamanaka [translate]  (3300 ft)
    Excellent view of Fuji looking across Lake Yamanaka
    from Yamanakako Village, 10 miles ENE, available in both
    wide-angle and telephoto, with a 365-day hourly archive;
    provides a fine nighttime image on clear moonlit nights

Mt Fuji from Gotemba  (800 ft)
    Nice view of Fuji from the roof of an office
    building in Gotemba, about 12 miles SE;
    hourly images are available in 2x or 3x resolution
























Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan






Kofu, Japan






Fuji Air Base, Japan
Fuji Air Base, Japan






Shizuoka, Japan
Shizuoka, Japan

Daisen
(Mount Daisen)
5673 ft / 1729 m
35.3° N, 133.6° E
Daisen Ski Nakanoharu Webcam [translate]  (2700 ft)
    View looking south up the slopes at Nakanoharu ski area,
    one of 4 interconnected ski areas
    on the north flanks of Daisen
Mt Karasugasen from Kagamiganaru Webcam  (3000 ft)
    View looking NW at Karasugasen (4750 ft / 1448 m), a
    satellite peak located 2 miles SE of the summit of Daisen;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images
Daisen Ski Uenohara Webcam [translate]  (3400 ft)
    View from the top of the lifts at Uenohara ski area,
    one of 4 interconnected ski areas on the north flanks of
    Daisen, with the Sea of Japan in the distance to the north


Miho Air Base, Japan
Miho Air Base, Japan

Asozan
(Mount Aso)
5223 ft / 1592 m
32.9° N, 131.1° E
The massive 15-mile wide caldera of Aso, one of Japan's most
active volcanoes, dominates the central portion of the island
of Kyushu, southernmost of the 4 major Japanese islands.
Volcano Aso Webcam [translate]  (3900 ft)
    Closeup view of Mount Aso from Aso City, located within
    the Aso Caldera, 5 miles north of the central summit
Aso Volcanological Laboratory [translate]  (1800, 4200 ft)
    View looking east towards two cones on Mt Aso, and
    view looking into one of several active summit craters
Mount Aso Ropeway Webcam  (3800 ft)
    View looking east along the Mount Aso Ropeway,
    a tourist lift on the upper west flanks of the summit
Aso Crater Webcams (RKK)  (4200 ft)
    Views looking into two of the active summit craters


Kumamoto, Japan
Kumamoto, Japan


Kagoshima, Japan
Kagoshima, Japan

Kirishima
(Karakunidake)
(Mount Karakuni)
5577 ft / 1700 m
31.9° N, 130.9° E
Kirishima from Ebino Plateau Webcam  (3900 ft)
    Nice view of Karakunidake from 1.5 miles NW on the
    Ebino Plateau; this stratovolcano is the highest of over
    20 volcanoes in the Kirishima group is southern Kyushu;
    includes daily, monthly, and multi-year archived images




KOREA
  Time Zone: KST (UTC+9)
  Year-round, no DST


For info about Korea's volcanoes, see
Japan, China, & Korea: Regional Map and Introduction



Cheju, South Korea
Cheju, South Korea

Hallasan
(Mount Halla)
6398 ft / 1950 m
33.4° N, 126.5° E
Hallasan National Park Webcams  (3600-6300 ft)
    Five webcams located on the upper slopes and near the
    summit of Hallasan, but they appear to be not working (???)
Jeju Island, Gwangryeong Traffic Cam  (200 ft)
    View from just west of Jeju City, looking towards 2 satellite
    cinder cones, among over 360 dotting the flanks of Hallasan




NEW ZEALAND
  Time Zone: NZST (UTC+12)
  Oct-Mar: NZDT (UTC+13)


For info about New Zealand volcanoes, see
Oceania: Regional Map and Introduction





Auckland, New Zealand
Tauranga, New Zealand
Taupo, New Zealand
Taupo, New Zealand
Napier, New Zealand
Waiouru, New Zealand
New Plymouth, New Zealand
New Plymouth, New Zealand
Palmerston North, New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand

Tongariro
6489 ft / 1978 m
39.1° S, 175.6° E
Suncourt Hotel Mt Ruaphehu Webcam  (1200 ft)
    Zoomed view of Tongariro, Ngauruhoe, and Ruapehu from
    Taupo, looking across Lake Taupo from 40-50 miles NE;
    also visible just beyond the lake (below Ruapehu) is Pihanga,
    another smaller volcano in the Taupo Volcanic Zone
Suncourt Hotel Lake Taupo Webcam  (1200 ft)
    Nice view of Lake Taupo, a large lake-filled volcanic caldera,
    with Tongariro, Ngauruhoe, and Ruapehu in the distance
Taupo District Council Lake Taupo Webcam  (1200 ft)
    View of Lake Taupo, similar to Suncourt cam, not as high-res


Ngauruhoe
7516 ft / 2291 m
39.2° S, 175.6° E

Ngauruhoe Webcam (GeoNet)  (??? ft)
    Nice view of Ngauruhoe from the west,
    with Tongariro at left

Ruapehu
9175 ft / 2797 m
39.3° S, 175.6° E
Ruapehu and Ngauruhoe Webcam (GeoNet)  (??? ft)
    Distant view of Ruapehu (left) and Ngauruhoe (right)
    from the east; this camera provides a fine nighttime image
    on clear moonlit nights


Ruapehu Webcam (GeoNet)  (??? ft)
    Excellent view of Ruapehu from the north; this camera
    provides a fine nighttime image on clear moonlit nights

Mount Ruapehu Ski Fields Webcams  (5300-6800 ft)
    Numerous closeup views of the slopes of Ruapehu
    from the Whakapapa ski field on the northwest side
    and the Turoa ski field on the southwest side

Unique Art Gallery Ruapehu Webcam  (1900 ft)
    Nice view of Ruapehu from Ohakune, 12 miles to the SW





Taranaki
(Mount Egmont)
8260 ft / 2518 m
39.3° S, 174.1° E
Taranaki Webcam (GeoNet)  (??? ft)
    Distant view of Taranaki from the north

Manganui Ski Field Webcam  (4200 ft)
    View of T-bar lift from the club house at a
    small ski field on the eastern flank of Taranaki

Taranaki Vista Webcam  (700 ft)
    Excellent high-definition view of Taranaki
    from Inglewood, 12 miles to the NE






ANTARCTICA
  Time Zone: NZST (UTC+12)
  Oct-Mar: NZDT (UTC+13)


For info about volcanoes in Antarctica, see
Antarctica: Regional Map and Introduction



McMurdo, Antarctica