Davis Lake Volcanic Field

The Davis Lake volcanic field, is a volcanic field with a group of andesitic cinder cones, lava flows and basaltic andesite shield volcanos east of the Cascade Range of Oregon, USA.

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Davis Lake Volcanic Field - Notable Vents
43.5637340°N 121.7172483°W / 43.5637340 -121.7172483 (Cryder Butte) Davis Mountain 6,624 ft (2,019 m) 43°37′45″N 121°46′00″W / 43.6292878 ...

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