The crater lake and the most western volcano in the Ecuadorian Andes.
When the Quilotoa volcano last erupted in 1280, it left behind a gaping caldera 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) across, which is now filled with a brilliant green and turquoise lake. The crater lake is rather deep at 250 meters, and its distinct coloring comes from the dissolved volcanic minerals remaining from its past eruptions.
HIGH: 3,914 m (12,841 ft).
CHARACTERISTIC: Active volcano
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: BW-1 (Easy hike)
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