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Coastal West Antarctica

Region(s): Antarctica, Antarctica, Antarctica, Antarctica
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Max. Elevation: 4 285 m / 14 058 ft
Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
Average Length: 994 miles / 1 600 km
Average Width: 500 miles / 311 km

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Range Name(s): Coastal West Antarctica
Max. Elevation: 4 285 m / 14 058 ft
Region(s): Antarctica
Location: Antarctica, Antarctica, Antarctica, Antarctica
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Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
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Average Length: 994 miles / 1 600 km
Average Width: 500 miles / 311 km
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Airport(s):
Presidente Carlos Ibáñez del Campo International Airport (PUQ)
Convenience Center(s): Punta Arenas
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Antarctica, Antarctica, Antarctica, Antarctica
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    The main reason for visiting of the Coastal West Antarctica mountains is a rising popularity of the "Seven Volcanoes" program which includes Mount Sidley. But apart from the highest antarctic volcano climbers have plenty opportunities of making new route to other unconquered mountains.
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    Coastal West Antarctica mountains are combination of ridges, as well as mountain and volcanic formations on the Antarctica west coast. The most famous of which is the Executive Committee Ridge where situated Mount Sidley - the highest volcano in Antarctica.
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    Coastal West Antarctica mountains are mostly located in Marie Byrd Land, which is the part of West Antarctica lying east of the Ross Ice Shelf. On the east its border with the Transantarctic Mountains, and on the west - with the Ellsworth Land.
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    Coastal West Antarctica mountains are still undiscovered for most mountaineers. This fact gives you a chance to immortalize your name in history, conquering one of the unclimbed peaks.

     

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