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Which is the tallest volcano in the Cascades? Is it also the largest?

Mount Rainier, in Washington State, is the tallest (4,392 meters, 14,410 feet) volcano in the Cascade Range but it is only the third most voluminous volcano after Mounts Shasta and Adams.


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Swanson, D.A., Cameron, K.A., Evarts, R.C., Pringle, P.T., and Vance, J.A., 1989, IGC Field Trip T106 -- Cenozoic Volcanism in the Cascade Range and Columbia Plateau, Southern Washington and Northernmost Oregon: American Geophysical Union Field Trip Guidebook T106, p. 8.

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