Mount Adam (Antarctica)


Mount Adam (Antarctica)

Infobox Mountain
Name = Mount Adam
Photo =
Caption =
Elevation = convert|4010|m|ft|0
Location = Antarctica
Range = Admiralty Mountains
Prominence =
Coordinates = coord|71|47|S|168|37|E|type:mountain|display=inline,title
Topographic

First ascent =
Easiest route =

Mount Adam is a mountain situated 4 km (2.5 mi) WNW of Mount Minto in the Admiralty Mountains. Discovered in January 1841 by Captain James Clark Ross who named this feature for Vice Admiral Sir Charles Adam, a senior naval lord of the Admiralty.

Reference

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