An active volcano in the Philippines. It was consider as a extinct volcano in the Early 1900's. It was universally known to its deadly eruption on 1991.
June 7,1991: Plumes of ash make a level 4 alert.
June 12, 1991: Major Eruption happen, plumes of ash reach up to 35 km.
June 13,14, 1991: Another eruption happen, plumes of ash rise up to 40 kms. Typhoon Yunya reported this day 100 km. SE of Pinatubo.
June 15: the main major eruption happen. 15 cubic kilometer of Pyroclastic Materials triggered a pyroclastic flow. Ash reach 45 km. Pyroclastic flows reach Clark Air Base. Ash and Water form wet Concrete.
Aftermath: Mud flow happen on River in Central Luzon. 300 killed.
|Best months for climbing:||Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec|
|Most recent eruption:||1991|
|Nearest major airport:||Clark International Airport|
Thanks to joshua for adding this peak.
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- Log #21944 - by dominick lacson on Mar 01, 2010Excellent lahar views. martian terrain. Great lake camp site. A must for photography.