Mt. Vinson Massif

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Leonard Welthagen9:12:07130.19km4,900mTar02.04.2021
Clinton Poson9:08:44148.59km4,908mTar15.08.2020
Yotam Tavor8:27:44153.67km5,083mTar20.06.2020
Guy Jennings9:46:14116.46km5,075mTar20.06.2020
Brett Rogers8:14:40121.72km4,922mTar16.06.2020
Pieter Avenant6:40:22135.40km5,222mVirtual03.08.2019
Craig Moir9:36:54152.30km5,088mTar20.07.2019
Vickus Meyer9:57:15159.97km5,310mTar20.07.2019
Nigel Laver9:36:54152.30km

Vinson Massif is a large mountain massif in Antarctica that is 21 km long and 13 km wide and lies within the Sentinel Range of the Ellsworth Mountains. It overlooks the Ronne Ice Shelf near the base of the Antarctic Peninsula. The massif is located about 1,200 kilometres from the South Pole.