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The caldera was created by a massive eruption about 3100 years ago that generated about 5 cubic kilometres (6.54 billion cubic yards) of pyroclastic flow and covered the surrounding area in volcanic ash up to 20 cm (8 inches) deep. The volcano has been dormant since that time. In combination with other eruptions from nearby Imbabura, Mojanda, Cotacachi, and Cayambe, Cuicocha is responsible for the fertile soil of the Otavalo Valley.[2]

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Quilotoa is a water-filled caldera and the most western volcano in the Ecuadorian Andes. The 3-kilometre (2 mi)-wide caldera was formed by the collapse of this dacite volcano following a catastrophic VEI-6 eruption about 600 years ago, which produced pyroclastic flows and lahars that reached the Pacific Ocean

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Cayambe or Volcán Cayambe is a volcano in Ecuador, in the Cordillera Central, a range of the Ecuadorian Andes. It is the third-highest mountain in Ecuador, at an elevation of 5,790 m (18,996 ft) above sea level.

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Mindo, Ecuador is a popular daytrip from Quito – only 2.5 hours away – and noted for its abundant natural beauty and the Mindo-Nambillo Cloud Forest. The area encompassing Mindo is one of the best birdwatching spots in Ecuador and in all of South America.
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