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May 7, 2023

[Answer] What is the tallest volcano in North America?

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...1. Pavlof Volcano 2. Pico de Orizaba 3. Mount Saint Helens 4. Mount Rainier

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Pico de Orizaba - About 120 miles to the east of Mexico City is the tallest volcano in North America, Pico de Orizaba. With a height of 18,620 feet, the inactive stratovolcano is also the tallest mountain in Mexico and the third-highest on the continent after Alaska's Denali and Canada's Mount Logan. Pico de Orizaba, which hasn't erupted since 1846, is a part of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt that crosses the country. Along with the peaks Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl, it is one of Mexico's three volcanic peaks to feature summit glaciers. In the Indigenous Náhuatl language, the peak's name is Citlaltépetl, which means "Star Mountain.":

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