|Elevation Info:||Elevation range: 2160 - 2180 m|
(20-meter closed contour)
|Alternate Name(s)||Mount Canlaon-Northeast Slope|
|Peak Type||Slope Point, subsidiary to Mount Kanlaon|
|Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)||10° 24' 54'' N, 123° 8' 26'' E|
10.41507, 123.140505 (Dec Deg)
515379 E 1151308 N, Zone 51 (UTM)
|State/Province||Central Visayas (VII) (Highest Point)|
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|This is likely the highpoint of Negros Oriental Province. It is on the slopes but not the summit of Kanlaon Volcano.|
This point was chosen from the U.S. Army Series S501 1954 map, which shows the summit crater entirely within Negros Occidental Province, and describes the boundary between the two provinces as “approximate”. This is also how openstreetmap.org.ph shows the boundary.
Google maps and other sources show the boundary at the higher summit crater itself.
The terrain here is in constant flux. The volcano is frequently (28x since 1919) and recently (June 2016) erupting, sometimes explosively, and the crater rim and upper slopes are constantly changing.