4 528 m / 14 856 ft
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1 863 miles / 3 000 km
100-300 miles / 62-186 km
The summits and dry valleys of the Transantarctic Mountains are some of the few places in Antarctica not covered by ice. The Dry Valleys lie near McMurdo Sound and represent a special Antarctic phenomenon: landscapes that are snow and ice free due to the extremely limited precipitation and ablation of ice in the valleys.
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