Monmot Hill

Monmot Hill is a complex of two craters, with spatter ramparts on the western most cone and a lava dome and ramparts on the eastern. There is an associated lava flow to the west.The Stockyard Hill Windfarm project has produced some interesting documentation about this area, and photos and information about Monmot Hill can be found here.


This is one of Natalie's favourate volcanoes. She drove past it once many years ago, recognised it's status as a volcano, and jumped the fence to have a look. This area will be covered in a wind farm in the next few years, maybe that will enable visitors to access what looks from the outside to be a lovely little volcano.

6.5km north west of Skipton, east of Skipton Rd
Last Eruption: 
> 50,000 years ago
Private Land