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Newberry is a broad shield-shaped volcano in central Oregon that rises a mile above sea level. It has been constructed by thousands of eruptions, including at least 25 in the last 12,000 years. Newberry covers the most area and has the highest volume of any volcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc.

Newberry is a broad shield-shaped volcano in central Oregon that rises a mile above sea level. It has been constructed by thousands of eruptions, including at least 25 in the last 12,000 years. Newberry covers the most area and has the highest volume of any volcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc.

One of the Northwest’s greatest undiscovered gems, Newberry National Volcanic Monument encompasses 55,500 acres in central Oregon's high desert and is an absolute geological wonder.  The Monument was dedicated in 1990 to protect Newberry Volcano, a relatively low-lying yet massive shield volcano

One of the Northwest’s greatest undiscovered gems, Newberry National Volcanic Monument encompasses 55,500 acres in central Oregon's high desert and is an absolute geological wonder. The Monument was dedicated in 1990 to protect Newberry Volcano, a relatively low-lying yet massive shield volcano

The Three Sisters volcanoes, all rising above 3000 meters, form the most prominent landmarks of the central Oregon Cascades. All three volcanoes ceased erupting during the Pleistocene, but flank vents of South Sister on the left and North Sister on the right have erupted in the past few thousand years.

The Three Sisters volcanoes, all rising above 3000 meters, form the most prominent landmarks of the central Oregon Cascades. All three volcanoes ceased erupting during the Pleistocene, but flank vents of South Sister on the left and North Sister on the right have erupted in the past few thousand years.

Big Obsidian flow and East Lake. Newberry Volcanic National Monument, Oregon, USA (color)

Big Obsidian flow and East Lake. Newberry Volcanic National Monument, Oregon, USA,Part of gallery of color pictures of USA by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing.

Steam And Gas Rise From The Sulfuric Tourquise Waters Of  Poas Volcano's Crater Lake, In Poas National Park, Costa Rica.

Travel Costa Rica and see volcanoes galore! This little country is packed with beautiful, volatile peaks to hike on your Costa Rica vacations!

Some the more than 400 cinder cones that dot the flanks of the massive 30 x 60 km wide Newberry shield volcano in Oregon are seen in this view from Paulina Peak on the south rim of Newberry caldera. The cinder cones at Newberry are most abundant on the north and south flanks. Many are of Pleistocene age, but cinder cones along a rift on the NW flank and some on the south flank have erupted during the Holocene.

Some the more than 400 cinder cones that dot the flanks of the massive 30 x 60 km wide Newberry shield volcano in Oregon are seen in this view from Paulina Peak on the south rim of Newberry caldera. The cinder cones at Newberry are most abundant on the north and south flanks. Many are of Pleistocene age, but cinder cones along a rift on the NW flank and some on the south flank have erupted during the Holocene.

Newberry Volcano is the largest volcano in the Cascades volcanic arc and covers an area the size of Rhode Island

Paulina Lake, Newberry Caldera, and East Lake, Oregon We went there up a VERY steep dirt road!

Break on Through :: Rialto Beach, Olympic National Park, Washington State | by…

Break on Through :: Rialto Beach, Olympic National Park, Washington State - I miss Ryan's days as a Park Ranger here! I saw so much beauty in so little time!

Hood River Valley, #Oregon

Mount Hood from Pine Grove, Oregon Hey, Jean, is this your mountain?

Silver Falls Trail - Mount Rainier National Park, Washington by marietta

Silver Falls Trail, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State - Magnificent Photos for Human Eyes Part 2

Yachats River Valley on the central Oregon coast • photo: Dennis Salon on deviantart

Yachats River Valley on the central Oregon coast ~ photo: Dennis Salon on deviantart

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