San Pablo is a dormant volcano located in the Antofagasta Region of Chile, near the Bolivia border. It is joined to the younger San Pedro volcano by a high col. It is located in the Chilean province of El Loa, city of Calama and Ollagüe.San Pablo was active in pre-glacial times. After that period, glaciations formed a girdle of moraines and the mountain was covered by ash fall from neighbouring San Pedro. Its central crater was eroded and a glacier formed inside. The volcano itself is formed by three groups of andesite lavas which variously contain pyroxene or hornblende; these groups are known as the Lower Group, the Middle Group and the Summit Group.
By elevation Volcán San Pablo is
# 5 out of 410 in Provincia de El Loa # 27 out of 10580 in Chile # 6 out of 973 in Región de Antofagasta # 60 out of 16361 in the Andes (Chile, Argentina)
By prominence Volcán San Pablo is
# 41 out of 410 in Provincia de El Loa # 54 out of 973 in Región de Antofagasta
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