Utah Volcano Sunset

Utah Inactive Volcanoes
Fillmore, Utah
Delta, Utah
Black Rock Volcano

The Pavant Valley near Fillmore doesn't look like much as you drive past it on Interstate Highway 15 (I-15), but it is home to a dense concentration of interesting geological phenomenon. Volcanoes such as Pahvant Butte, Red Dome, Tabernacle Hill, and Black Rock, all reside here. Not to mention miles upon miles of underground lava tubes and caves in Devil's Kitchen. There is also an abundance of springs in the area and it is the home to the Pahvant Petroglyphs.
I would like to go out there and tour the area, I heard it was incredibly interesting.

All of the volcanoes are inactive. The area can be accessed from Delta or Fillmore.



Tuesday, December 30, 2008


From Highway I-15 near the town of Holden looking west
toward the inactive volcano, Pahvant Butte,
and the Sawtooth Mountains in the distance.
Notch Peak is the tallest point visible here.




White Mountain, and Tabernacle Hill among the Lava Cinders and Sand Dunes.
In the distance are the San Francisco Mountains and the Cricket Mountains.




Pahvant Butte.




From near the town of Meadow, driving south down I-15
looking east toward Black Rock Volcano,
Behind Black Rock Volcano is South Mountain 8,269'.




North Twin Peak 5913, another Utah Volcano.


More Images of these Utah Volcanoes in the sunlight.






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