La Soufriere Volcano (St. Vincent, Caribbean) Reviews
Description:A volcano on the island of St Vincent in the Windward Islands of the Caribbean. / A volcano on the island of St Vincent ... more
Newest Review: ... At one time the caldera was filled with water, like Crater Lake in Oregon. Then, in 1971, a hiker noticed that a rock was sticking out of the center of the lake. The rock was the top of a volcanic dome that was forming under the crater lake. The dome started getting bigger and bigger and the lake got smaller and smaller. In the last four or five years the water has almost completely ... more
Customer La Soufriere Volcano (St. Vincent, Caribbean) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
La Soufriere ("La Sou") is the tallest mountain in St Vincent with a peak 3,684 feet above sea level the climb to the top is just under three and a quarter miles. La Sou is a volcano and is still considered to be "active". The last eruption was back in 1979 and it was a big one. Lava, ash and gases were secreted all over St Vincent and even Barbados felt the effect as it had a covering of volcanic ash. Quite impressive when you consider Barbados is over 100 miles away. La Sou is on the windward (East) coast of St Vincent. The road to La Sou leaves the coastal highway at Rabacca Dry River (which is the result of one of the previous eruptions) and ... Read the complete review
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