Local nameVolcán Chiles
LocationNariño, Colombia

Chiles is a volcano on the border of Colombia and Ecuador. It lies 3 kilometres south-east of the volcano Cerro Negro de Mayasquer, and the two peaks are considered part of the same Chiles-Cerro Negro volcanic complex. The volcanoes, together with the Cumbal are andesitic in rock type. A 1936 eruption reported by the Colombian government agency Ingeominas may have been from the Ecuadorean volcano Reventador, otherwise the volcano has not erupted for around 160,000 years.

Tags VolcanoDormant Volcano
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Address Colombia

Coordinates 0°49'1.032" N -77°56'14.101" E

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