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RankRange (Level 4)Peak Elev-M Country Prom-M Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Sentinel RangeVinson Massif4892Antarctica48924910.7 
2.Queen Alexandra RangeMount Kirkpatrick4528Antarctica26011585.2 
3.Admiralty MountainsMount Minto4166Antarctica26171244.8 
4.Dome ArgusDome Argus4093Antarctica16411236.6 
5.Palmer LandMount Andrew Jackson3184Antarctica2187981.2 
6.Dome CharlieDome Charlie3233Antarctica8973.3 
7.Executive Comitte RangeMount Sidley4285Antarctica2517944.5 
8.Valkyrie DomeValkyrie Dome3810Antarctica130875.0 
9.Ellsworth Land CoastLars Christensentoppen1640Antarctica1640791.4 
10.Prince Charles MountainsMount Mezies3355Antarctica 752.0 
11.Sør Rondane MountainsIsachsen Mountain3425Antarctica 687.0 
12.Enderby Land CoastMount Elkins2300Antarctica 603.3 
13.Palmer ArchipelagoMount Français2761Antarctica2761578.6 
14.Mühlig-Hofmann MountainsKyrkjeskipet Peak3085Antarctica 570.9 
15.Wilkes Land CoastMount Gist1529Antarctica 543.3 
16.South Shetland IslandsMount Irving2300Antarctica2300535.7 
17.Royal Society RangeMount Lister4025Antarctica2325535.0 
18.Dufek MassifEngland Peak2150Antarctica 512.9 
19.Jones MountainsWright Peak1510Antarctica 498.7 
20.Shackleton RangeHolmes Summit1875Antarctica 493.4 
21.South Orkney IslandsMount Nivea1265Antarctica1265476.2 
22.Whitmore MountainsMount Seelig3022Antarctica 452.6 
23.Balleny IslandsBrown Peak1524Antarctica1524364.3 
24.Getz Ice ShelfMount Siple3110Antarctica3110363.1 
25.Wisconsin RangeFaure Peak3940Antarctica 334.6 
26.Deep Freeze RangeMount Hewson3720Antarctica 308.1 
27.Graham LandCastle Peak2380Antarctica 287.2 
28.Flood RangeMount Berlin3498Antarctica 276.2 
29.West Ross Ice ShelfClark Peak645Antarctica 260.2 
30.Alexander IslandMount Stephenson2987Antarctica2987259.9 
31.Eastern Ellsworth LandEllsworth Land Ice Cap1224Antarctica 244.5 
32.Brittania RangeMount McClintock3490Antarctica1621239.4 
33.Ritscher UplandBorg Massif2700Antarctica 238.9 
34.Usarp MountainsBig Brother Bluff2840Antarctica 238.1 
35.West Antarctica Ice CapMount Woollard2675Antarctica 237.8 
36.Thiel MountainsAnderson Summit2810Antarctica 222.5 
37.Polar PlateauPeak 39383938Antarctica1500216.3 
38.Crary MountainsMount Frakes3677Antarctica1782212.6 
39.Queen Fabiola MountainsMount Fukushima2470Antarctica 206.8 
40.Ford RangesMount Ekblaw1235Antarctica 205.7 
41.Belgica MountainsMount Victor2590Antarctica 184.7 
42.Thernon MountainsMount Faraway1175Antarctica 177.8 
43.Ohio RangeMount Schopf2990Antarctica 174.2 
44.Christensen CoastCumpston Massif2070Antarctica 172.1 
45.Ronne-Filchner Ice ShelvesFowler Ice Rise1300Antarctica 161.8 
46.Queen Elizabeth MountainsMount Markham4351Antarctica2104148.0 
47.Pautuxent RangeMount Weininger1970Antarctica 142.0 
 Pautuxent Range or Mount Campleman1970Antarctica 138.0 
48.Mountaineer RangeMount Supernal3655Antarctica1804140.1 
49.Adelaide-Biscoe IslandsMount Gaudry2315Antarctica2315132.1 
50.Hay Range-Nilsen PlateauNilsen Plateau3940Antarctica 132.0 
51.Toney-TahakeMount Toney3595Antarctica1946122.6 
52.Ross IslandMount Erebus3790Antarctica3790121.0 
53.Antarctic Peninsula Tip IslandsMount Haddington1630Antarctica1630120.2 
54.Bowers RangeMount Marwick2590Antarctica 116.9 
55.Walgreen CoastMount Murphy2705Antarctica2055111.8 
56.Prince Olav MountainsMount Wade4084Antarctica 111.6 
57.Heritage RangeMount Bursik2500Antarctica 108.3 
58.Orvin MountainsSandeggtind Peak3055Antarctica 101.6 
59.McCuddin RangeMount Petras2865Antarctica 100.0 
60.Hughes RangeMount Kaplan4230Antarctica178399.6 
61.Anare MountainsDrabek Peak2090Antarctica 96.7 
62.Forrestal RangeBurmester Dome2095Antarctica 88.6 
63.Churchill MountainsHunt Mountain3240Antarctica 86.7 
64.Cook MountainsMount Longburst2845Antarctica 86.2 
65.Wohlthat MountainsZwiesel Mountain2970Antarctica 84.5 
66.Neptune RangeMount Hawkes1975Antarctica 83.4 
67.Ames RangeMount Boennighausen2970Antarctica 81.6 
68.Sverdrup MountainsMount Krüger2655Antarctica 75.9 
69.Victory MountainsMount Riddolls3295Antarctica 74.0 
70.Watson EscarpmentTeller Peak3550Antarctica 56.8 
71.Worcester RangeMount Harmsworth2765Antarctica 56.0 
72.Central Victoria Land RangesScarab Peak3160Antarctica 55.3 
73.Back of McMurdoMount Feather3010Antarctica 54.6 
74.Dominion RangeMount Mills2955Antarctica 47.0 
75.Payer-Weyprecht AreaShatskiy Hill2705Antarctica 44.4 
76.Central Queen Maud MountainsMount Fridtjof Nansen4069Antarctica 42.4 
77.Otway MassifMom Peak3260Antarctica 41.9 
78.Commonwealth RangeFlat Top4000Antarctica 38.9 
79.Southern Cross MountainsStewart Heights2760Antarctica 35.1 
80.Morning-Discovery AreaMount Morning2725Antarctica151535.1 
81.Supporters RangeMount White3470Antarctica 31.8 
82.Bush MountainsHusky Dome3580Antarctica 27.5 
83.Prince Albert MountainsTimber Peak3070Antarctica 18.0 

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