Klyuchevskoy on Kamchatka is still active, but the strength of the eruption decreased significantly. Currently, no more lava flow is erupted. However, there are strombolian eruptions covering the summit area with incandescent tephra. MIROVA is receiving a moderate thermal signal with a power of 112 MW.
A photo was shared in our FB group, taken by Russian adventurer Anastasia Tsareva. Before the lava flow dried up, she, together with her friend, climbed the flank of the volcano and moved about 2000 m away from the base camp, which I assume means elevation meters. The two of them did not dare to climb any further, because numerous rockfalls were coming towards them. At least they reached the edge of the lava flow and could deliver fantastic photographs.