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What is currently the most active volcano in the cascade mountain range?

Answer:

Mount Shasta last erupted in 1786 and has been the most active volcano in CA for about 4,000 years, erupting once every 300 years. It's part of the Cascade Mountain Range. Mount Hood in the Cascades was last active about 200 years ago. AnswerParty!

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