Mount Shasta (14,162')
A Stratovolcano in the Shasta Trinity National Forest in Northern California.
The second-highest peak in the Cascade Range, measuring a couple hundred feet short of Mount Rainier in Washington.
A stratovolcano is also known as a composite volcano.
A tall, conical volcano composed of many layers of hardened lava, tephra, and volcanic ash.
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