Mauna Kea's LocationEdit
Mauna Kea is plopped on the northeast side of the Island of Hawai'i. (I may have already mentioned this).
Mauna Kea's fellow volcanoesEdit
Mauna Kea is only one of 5 volcanoes that form the Island of Hawai'i. Mauna Loa, being so big, covers more than the entire center of the island. Mauna Loa is roughly 2/3 of the entire island. Kilauea is directly below Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. Kilauea is the most active volcano in the world, so the Island of Hawai'i has the tallest volcano, the biggest volcano, and the most active volcano. *Hawai'i blows everywhere else away when comes to volcano records.
Hualalai is next to Mauna Loa and partly is surrounded by it. Kohala is forms a peninsula out of Hawai'i. It is the northmost volcano of Hawai'i. . *Island of Hawai'i