The Volcanic Seven Summits are the highest volcanoes on each of the seven continents.
Just as the Seven Summits are the highest peaks on each of the seven continents. The summits must be an actual eruptive volcanic center, not merely made of volcanic rocks which were uplifted by other geological processes. In addition, a topographic prominence of at least 1,000 feet is required, so that the list includes only genuine volcanic mountains and not minor outpourings of lava which happened to leak to the Earth’s surface in high-altitude regions.
- Mount Sidley – Antarctica – 14,058 Feet
- Damavand – Asia – 18,410 Feet
- Mount Elbrus – Europe – 18,510 Feet
- Kilimanjaro – Africa – 19,341 Feet
- Ojos Del Salado – South America – 22,615 Feet
- Pico De Orizaba – North America – 18,491 Feet
- Mount Giluwe – Oceania – 14,327 Feet