Karangetang (also known as Api Siau) is a volcano located on the north side of Siau Island in Indonesia. The island is inhabited by 22,000 people. It is one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia having erupted forty-one times since 1675. A pyroclastic flow in 1997 killed three people.
Elevation: 1,827 m (South Peak)
1,784 m (North Peak)
Prominence: 1,827 m (5,994 ft)