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RankRange (Level 4)Peak Elev-Ft Country Prom-Ft Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Sentinel RangeVinson Massif16,050Antarctica16,0503051.3 
2.Queen Alexandra RangeMount Kirkpatrick14,856Antarctica8534985.0 
3.Queen Elizabeth MountainsMount Markham14,275Antarctica690392.0 
4.Executive Comitte RangeMount Sidley14,058Antarctica8257586.9 
5.Hughes RangeMount Kaplan13,878Antarctica585061.9 
6.Admiralty MountainsMount Minto13,668Antarctica8586773.5 
7.Dome ArgusDome Argus13,428Antarctica5383768.4 
8.Prince Olav MountainsMount Wade13,399Antarctica 69.3 
9.Central Queen Maud MountainsMount Fridtjof Nansen13,350Antarctica 26.3 
10.Royal Society RangeMount Lister13,205Antarctica7628332.4 
11.Commonwealth RangeFlat Top13,123Antarctica 24.2 
12.Hay Range-Nilsen PlateauNilsen Plateau12,927Antarctica 82.0 
12.Wisconsin RangeFaure Peak12,927Antarctica 207.9 
14.Polar PlateauPeak 393812,920Antarctica4921134.4 
15.Valkyrie DomeValkyrie Dome12,500Antarctica427543.7 
16.Ross IslandMount Erebus12,434Antarctica12,43475.2 
17.Deep Freeze RangeMount Hewson12,205Antarctica 191.5 
18.Crary MountainsMount Frakes12,064Antarctica5847132.1 
19.Mountaineer RangeMount Supernal11,991Antarctica591887.0 
20.Toney-TahakeMount Toney11,795Antarctica638576.2 
21.Bush MountainsHusky Dome11,745Antarctica 17.1 
22.Watson EscarpmentTeller Peak11,647Antarctica 35.3 
23.Flood RangeMount Berlin11,476Antarctica 171.6 
24.Brittania RangeMount McClintock11,450Antarctica5318148.8 
25.Supporters RangeMount White11,385Antarctica 19.8 
26.Sør Rondane MountainsIsachsen Mountain11,237Antarctica 426.9 
27.Prince Charles MountainsMount Mezies11,007Antarctica 467.3 
28.Victory MountainsMount Riddolls10,810Antarctica 46.0 
29.Otway MassifMom Peak10,696Antarctica 26.0 
30.Churchill MountainsHunt Mountain10,630Antarctica 53.9 
31.Dome CharlieDome Charlie10,607Antarctica26604.8 
32.Palmer LandMount Andrew Jackson10,446Antarctica7175609.7 
33.Central Victoria Land RangesScarab Peak10,367Antarctica 34.3 
34.Getz Ice ShelfMount Siple10,203Antarctica10,203225.6 
35.Mühlig-Hofmann MountainsKyrkjeskipet Peak10,121Antarctica 354.7 
36.Prince Albert MountainsTimber Peak10,072Antarctica 11.2 
37.Orvin MountainsSandeggtind Peak10,023Antarctica 63.1 
38.Whitmore MountainsMount Seelig9915Antarctica 281.3 
39.Back of McMurdoMount Feather9875Antarctica 33.9 
40.Ohio RangeMount Schopf9810Antarctica 108.3 
41.Alexander IslandMount Stephenson9800Antarctica9800161.5 
42.Ames RangeMount Boennighausen9744Antarctica 50.7 
42.Wohlthat MountainsZwiesel Mountain9744Antarctica 52.5 
44.Dominion RangeMount Mills9695Antarctica 29.2 
45.McCuddin RangeMount Petras9400Antarctica 62.2 
46.Cook MountainsMount Longburst9334Antarctica 53.5 
47.Usarp MountainsBig Brother Bluff9318Antarctica 147.9 
48.Thiel MountainsAnderson Summit9219Antarctica 138.3 
49.Worcester RangeMount Harmsworth9072Antarctica 34.8 
50.Palmer ArchipelagoMount Français9058Antarctica9058359.5 
51.Southern Cross MountainsStewart Heights9055Antarctica 21.8 
52.Morning-Discovery AreaMount Morning8940Antarctica497021.8 
53.Walgreen CoastMount Murphy8875Antarctica674269.5 
53.Payer-Weyprecht AreaShatskiy Hill8875Antarctica 27.6 
55.Ritscher UplandBorg Massif8858Antarctica 148.5 
56.West Antarctica Ice CapMount Woollard8776Antarctica 147.8 
57.Sverdrup MountainsMount Krüger8711Antarctica 47.1 
58.Bowers RangeMount Marwick8497Antarctica 72.6 
58.Belgica MountainsMount Victor8497Antarctica 114.8 
60.Heritage RangeMount Bursik8202Antarctica 67.3 
61.Queen Fabiola MountainsMount Fukushima8104Antarctica 128.5 
62.Graham LandCastle Peak7808Antarctica 178.4 
63.Adelaide-Biscoe IslandsMount Gaudry7595Antarctica759582.1 
64.South Shetland IslandsMount Irving7546Antarctica7546332.8 
64.Enderby Land CoastMount Elkins7546Antarctica 374.8 
66.Dufek MassifEngland Peak7054Antarctica 318.7 
67.Forrestal RangeBurmester Dome6873Antarctica 55.1 
68.Anare MountainsDrabek Peak6857Antarctica 60.1 
69.Christensen CoastCumpston Massif6791Antarctica 106.9 
70.Neptune RangeMount Hawkes6480Antarctica 51.8 
71.Pautuxent RangeMount Weininger6463Antarctica 88.3 
 Pautuxent Range or Mount Campleman6463Antarctica 85.7 
72.Shackleton RangeHolmes Summit6152Antarctica 306.6 
73.Ellsworth Land CoastLars Christensentoppen5381Antarctica5381491.7 
74.Antarctic Peninsula Tip IslandsMount Haddington5348Antarctica534874.7 
75.Wilkes Land CoastMount Gist5016Antarctica 337.6 
76.Balleny IslandsBrown Peak5000Antarctica5000226.3 
77.Jones MountainsWright Peak4954Antarctica 309.9 
78.Ronne-Filchner Ice ShelvesFowler Ice Rise4265Antarctica 100.5 
79.South Orkney IslandsMount Nivea4150Antarctica4150295.9 
80.Ford RangesMount Ekblaw4052Antarctica 127.8 
81.Eastern Ellsworth LandEllsworth Land Ice Cap4016Antarctica 151.9 
82.Thernon MountainsMount Faraway3855Antarctica 110.5 
83.West Ross Ice ShelfClark Peak2116Antarctica 161.7 

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