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|Range Name(s):||Cascade Range, Cascades, Каскады, Каскадные Горы||Geology:||Tectonic, Volcanic|
|Max. Elevation:||4 392 m / 14 410 ft||Snow Line:||3 700-4 000 m / 12 139-13 123 ft|
|Region(s):||North America||Average Length:||725 miles / 1 167 km|
|Location:||Canada: British Columbia; United States (USA): California, Oregon, Washington;||Average Width:||Please update|
|Activity Type:||Please update||Latitude/Longitude:||
|Parent Range:||North American Cordillera||Nearest Airport(s):||Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA);|
|National Park(s):||Mount Rainier National Park; Crater Lake National Park; Lassen Volcanic National Park; North Cascades National Park;||Convenience Center(s):||Please update|
North America, United States (USA): Washington
• The Cascade Range includes both non-volcanic mountains and the notable volcanoes. The highest volcanoes dominate their surroundings, often standing twice the height of the nearby tectonic mountains.
• The Cascades are part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, the ring of volcanoes and associated mountains around the Pacific Ocean. All of the known historic eruptions in the contiguous United States have been from Cascade volcanoes. The two most recent were Lassen Peak in 1914 to 1921 and amajor eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980. Minor eruptions of Mount St. Helens have also occurred since, most recently in 2006. ... Read more
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