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Hobbs Peak

Hobbs Peak is a prominent peak, 1.510 metres high, on the divide between Hobbs Glacier and Blue Glacier in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It is the highest point on the east–west section of this dividing ridge. The peak was climbed by members of the ...

Hobbs Ridge

Hobbs Ridge is a prominent arc-shaped ridge which circumscribes Hobbs Glacier to the north and northwest and forms the divide with the lower part of Blue Glacier, on the Scott Coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named in association with H ...

Hobbs Stream

Hobbs Stream is a seasonal meltwater stream flowing from the mouth of Hobbs Glacier into Salmon Bay on the coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was referred to, but not named, in publications of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, under ...

Hoffman Peak

Hoffman Peak is a peak rising to 1.550 metres north-northeast of Mount McLennan in the Asgard Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board after J.H. Hoffman, a drilling specialist who helped establish the ...

Hofman Hill

Hofman Hill is an ice-free peak, 1.065 metres high, standing at the north side of the terminus of Blackwelder Glacier, on the Scott Coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1992 after Robert ...

Hofmann Spur

Hofmann Spur is an ice-covered spur between Allison Glacier and Dale Glacier on the west side of the Royal Society Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named after David J. Hofmann of the University of Wyoming and the National Oceanic and Atm ...

Hogback Hill

Hogback Hill is a rounded mountain, 735 metres high, rising just north of Hjorth Hill and 4 nautical miles west of Cape Bernacchi, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was charted and given this descriptive name by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1 ...

Holiday Peak

Holiday Peak is a peak over 800 metres high standing between the lower ends of Miers Glacier and Adams Glacier in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was so named by the New Zealand Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition, 1960–61, becau ...

Holmes Block

Holmes Block is a blocklike bluff, rising to 1.855 metres at the west side of Ruecroft Glacier, 2 nautical miles west of Cooke Bluff, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 after John W. Ho ...

Mount Hooker (Antarctica)

Mount Hooker is a rounded summit over 3.800 metres high, standing immediately south of Mount Lister in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, which named it f ...

Hooper Crags

The Hooper Crags are a rocky spur 3 nautical miles long, lying at the south side of Foster Glacier in the Royal Society Range of Antarctica. The feature was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1963 for Lieutenant Benjamin F. Hoo ...

Horseshoe Crater

Horseshoe Crater is a volcanic crater at the confluence of Radian Glacier and Pipecleaner Glacier in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named descriptively by the New Zealand Geographic Board following work in the area b ...

Howard Peaks

The Howard Peaks are a line of east–west trending peaks at the south side of Tourmaline Plateau, extending transversely across the Deep Freeze Range in Victoria Land, Antarctica. They were mapped by the United States Geological Survey from survey ...

Howchin Glacier

Howchin Glacier is a glacier between Ward Glacier and Walcott Glacier, on the east side of the Royal Society Range in Victoria Land, Antarctica. Brandau Crater is an ice-free volcanic crater lying to the south of the snout of Howchin Glacier on C ...

Howchin Lake

Howchin Lake is a lake, one of several in the Alph River system, located 1.1 nautical miles southeast of the snout of Howchin Glacier in the Denton Hills, Scott Coast, Antarctica. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 1994 in associ ...

Howchin North Stream

Howchin North Stream is a meltwater stream draining from the north side of Howchin Glacier in the Denton Hills, Scott Coast, Antarctica. It flows eastward into Howchin Lake northward of Howchin South Stream. The stream was named by the New Zealan ...

Howchin South Stream

Howchin South Stream is a meltwater stream draining from the south side of Howchin Glacier in the Denton Hills, Scott Coast, Antarctica. It flows eastward into Howchin Lake southward of Howchin North Stream. The stream was named by the New Zealan ...

Mount Huggins

Mount Huggins is a large conical mountain, 3.735 metres high, surmounting the heads of Allison Glacier, Dale Glacier, and Potter Glacier in the Royal Society Range of Antarctica. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition whic ...

Hughes Bluff

Hughes Bluff is a conspicuous rock and ice bluff, 310 metres high, along the south side of David Glacier, 6 nautical miles west of Cape Reynolds, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and ...

Hunt Glacier

Hunt Glacier is a small, deeply entrenched glacier on the east coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica, entering Granite Harbour north of Dreikanter Head. It was mapped by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, and probably named for H.A. Hunt, an ...

Hurricane Heights

The Hurricane Heights are the irregular, mainly ice-free heights which rise to about 2.000 metres at the south side of the head of Towle Valley, in the Convoy Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. The name was applied by a 1989–90 New Zealand Antar ...

Mount Huxley (Antarctica)

Mount Huxley is a mountain 1.155 metres high, situated between the lower Condit Glacier and Descent Glacier, marginal to Ferrar Glacier, at the northern end of the Royal Society Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named in 1992 by the Adviso ...

Ibarra Peak

Ibarra Peak is the summit at the extremity of the ridge which extends eastwards from the Royal Society Range between Mitchell Glacier and Lister Glacier, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named in 1992 by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Na ...

Inan Peak

Inan Peak is a peak rising to 2.451 metres 1.15 miles west of Mount Kempe in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 named after Umran Savas Inan of Stanford Universi ...

Cape Irizar

Cape Irizar is a bold rocky headland that forms the northern end of Lamplugh Island, off the coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, under Robert Falcon Scott. He named it for C ...

Mount Janetschek

Mount Janetschek is a mountain, 1.455 metres high, standing between Mount Larsen and Widowmaker Pass at the south side of the mouth of Reeves Glacier, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys ...

Janosy Hill

Janosy Hill is a hill rising to 913 metres just west of Mirabilite Pond in the Porter Hills, in the Denton Hills of the Scott Coast, Antarctica. It was named after Robert J. Janosy, a geologist with the Byrd Polar Research Center geological field ...

Mount Jensen

Mount Jensen is a peak over 1.000 metres high, just north of First Facet in the Gonville and Caius Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was mapped and named by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13.

Jetsam Moraine

Jetsam Moraine is a thin, sinuous medial moraine that arcs smoothly for 6 nautical miles from a point near Mount Razorback to beyond the far side of Black Pudding Peak, in the Prince Albert Mountains of Victoria Land, Antarctica. Its curved traje ...

Jezek Glacier

Jezek Glacier is a glacier on the southeast side of Platform Spur, flowing northeast into Emmanuel Glacier in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1992 after Kenneth C. ...

Jigsaw Rock Gut

Jigsaw Rock Gut is a prominent gully 0.5 nautical miles west of Margaret Hill on Rucker Ridge, in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 1994 following work in the area by a New Z ...

Johns Hopkins Ridge

Johns Hopkins Ridge is a prominent ridge of the Royal Society Range, Antarctica, running northward from Mount Rucker for 6 nautical miles. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from ground surveys and Navy air photos, and was named ...

Mount Jord

Mount Jord is a peak, 1.400 metres high, located northwest of Hetha Peak on the ridge between Hart Glacier and Goodspeed Glacier, in the Asgard Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. In association with names from Norse mythology grouped in this ran ...

Joyce Glacier

Joyce Glacier is a glacier in Antarctica, immediately north of Pewe Peak, draining from the neve northeast of Catacomb Hill and terminating 2 nautical miles up-valley of the snout of Garwood Glacier, which would have been a tributary to it in tim ...

Kahiwi Maihao Ridge

Kahiwi Maihao Ridge is a rocky ridge in Antarctica. It is located at 78°5′S 164°0′E, near the center of the Denton Hills on the Scott Coast of Victoria Land, and extends west–east between Marshall Valley and Miers Valley. It has an elevation of 1 ...

Kamb Glacier

Kamb Glacier is a broad elevated glacier, 4 nautical miles) long, in the Royal Society Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica, flowing northeast from Fogle Peak to enter Condit Glacier. It was named in 1992 by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names ...

Kappen Cliffs

The Kappen Cliffs are steep rock cliffs that form the south edge of Kar Plateau on Scott Coast, Victoria Land, Antarctica. The cliffs are 5.5 nautical miles long and rise to 600 metres. They were named by the New Zealand Geographic Board after Pr ...

Keble Hills

The Keble Hills are an imposing line of granite hills rising to 1.300 metres, including from west to east Murphy Peak, Handley Hill, Auger Hill and Coral Hill. The hills separate Salmon Glacier and Garwood Valley in the Denton Hills of Victoria L ...

Mount Keinath

Mount Keinath is a mountain, 1.090 metres high, rising at the east side of the terminus of Boomerang Glacier in the Deep Freeze Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air ...

Kelmelis Hills

The Kelmelis Hills are a group of hills rising to 1.070 metres between the Brodie Ponds and Joyce Glacier, situated midway up the Blue Glacier on its east margin, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. They were named in 1992 by Advisory Committee on Anta ...

Kempe Glacier

Kempe Glacier is a short alpine glacier in Antarctica, bounded on the north by Dismal Ridge and on the south by the Mount Kempe – Mount Dromedary ridge, whose chief nourishment is neve fields on the north slopes of Mount Kempe. The glacier drains ...

Mount Kempe

Mount Kempe is a peak, 3.005 metres high, midway between Mount Huggins and Mount Dromedary in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition which named it for Sir Alfred Bray ...

Kennedy Glacier (Antarctica)

Kennedy Glacier is a steep glacier, 0.8 nautical miles long, flowing east from Kottmeier Mesa into the upper Matterhorn Glacier, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Henry Kennedy, Deputy Dire ...

Kenney Nunatak

Kenney Nunatak is a conspicuous nunatak rising in Waddington Glacier, 1.5 nautical miles south-southwest of Ugolini Peak, in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 a ...

Ketchum Ridge

Ketchum Ridge is the largest ridge that extends east from the southern part of Endeavour Massif, Kirkwood Range, Antarctica. It was named after Captain Gerald L. Ketchum, United States Navy. Ketchum was Deputy Commander of Task Force 43 during Op ...

Lake Keyhole

Lake Keyhole is a very small lake on the south, or Hidden Valley side of The Keyhole. It was named by the New Zealand Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition, 1960–61, because of its proximity to The Keyhole.

Killer Ridge

Killer Ridge is a dark ridge rising over 1.000 metres between Crisp Glacier and Miller Glacier in the Gonville and Caius Range, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was charted by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, and named after the killer ...

King Pin

King Pin is a nunatak, 820 metres high, rising above the Wilson Piedmont Glacier, Antarctica, about midway between Mount Doorly and Hogback Hill. It was named by the Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition, 1958–59, after the Ameri ...

Kirkwood Range

The Kirkwood Range is a massive coastal mountain range in Antarctica, extending north–south between Fry Glacier and Mawson Glacier. A broad low-level platform on the seaward side of the range is occupied by the Oates Piedmont Glacier. It was name ...

Kitticarrara Glacier

Kitticarrara Glacier is a short, steep glacier 1 nautical mile south of Howard Glacier in the Kukri Hills, flowing east-southeast into Ferrar Glacier, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Western Journey Party, led by Thomas Griffith ...