What Is the Closest Volcano to Denver Colorado?

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The closest volcano to Denver Colorado is called the Rio Grande rift. It is situated at about 10 miles towards Denver's West. The volcano had erupted about 25 to 64 million years ago, and it is an extinct system now.
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