Scott Coast

Location of the Scott Coast (marked in orange) within the Ross Dependency

Portion of the coast of Victoria Land between Cape Washington and Minna Bluff.

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Location of the Scott Coast (marked in orange) within the Ross Dependency

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Area map of Victoria land.

Victoria Land

Region in eastern Antarctica which fronts the western side of the Ross Sea and the Ross Ice Shelf, extending southward from about 70°30'S to 78°00'S, and westward from the Ross Sea to the edge of the Antarctic Plateau.

Region in eastern Antarctica which fronts the western side of the Ross Sea and the Ross Ice Shelf, extending southward from about 70°30'S to 78°00'S, and westward from the Ross Sea to the edge of the Antarctic Plateau.

Area map of Victoria land.

The rocky promontory of Minna Bluff is often regarded as the southernmost point of Victoria Land, and separates the Scott Coast to the north from the Hillary Coast of the Ross Dependency to the south.

Emperor penguins breed in the IBA

Cape Washington

Prominent cape, 275 m, marking the south extremity of the cove which separates Wood Bay and Terra Nova Bay, in Victoria Land.

Prominent cape, 275 m, marking the south extremity of the cove which separates Wood Bay and Terra Nova Bay, in Victoria Land.

Emperor penguins breed in the IBA

It separates the Borchgrevink Coast to the north from the Scott Coast to the south.

Minna Bluff

Rocky promontory at the eastern end of a volcanic Antarctic peninsula projecting deep into the Ross Ice Shelf at -78.51667°N, 166.41667°W.

Rocky promontory at the eastern end of a volcanic Antarctic peninsula projecting deep into the Ross Ice Shelf at -78.51667°N, 166.41667°W.

The bluff is often regarded as the southernmost point of Victoria Land, and separates the Scott Coast to the north from the Hillary Coast of the Ross Dependency to the south.

Mount Everest, Earth's highest mountain

Mount Atholl

Mount Everest, Earth's highest mountain

Mount Atholl (-78°N, 163.73333°W) is a mountain in Antarctica, with a peak rising to 728 m to the west of Mount Alexandra in the Denton Hills, Scott Coast.

Hill upon which the village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence is built, in Southern France

Auger Hill

Hill in Antarctica.

Hill in Antarctica.

Hill upon which the village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence is built, in Southern France

Its peak rises to 1000 m between Handley Hill and Coral Hill in the Keble Hills of the Scott Coast.

The glacier of the Geikie Plateau in Greenland.

Priddy Glacier

The glacier of the Geikie Plateau in Greenland.

Priddy Glacier is a glacier, 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) long, on the west side of Esser Hill, flowing northwest to join Hobbs Glacier, on Scott Coast, Victoria Land.

Area map of Victoria land.

Ward Valley

Area map of Victoria land.

Ward Valley (°N, °W) is an ice-free valley that lies between Porter Hills and Xanadu Hills and east of the snout of Ward Glacier in the Denton Hills, Scott Coast, Antarctica.

Alph Lake

Alph Lake lies at the foot of Ward Valley on the north-west side of Koettlitz Glacier, Scott Coast, Antarctica.

Cape Malabata, Morocco

Becker Point

Cape Malabata, Morocco

Becker Point (-78.13333°N, 164.21667°W) is a headland on Scott Coast at the foot of Miers Valley, Denton Hills, Victoria Land.

Upper New York Bay and the Hudson River in the foreground; the East River is on the left, just above center.

Bellafronto Bight

Upper New York Bay and the Hudson River in the foreground; the East River is on the left, just above center.

Bellafronto Bight (-78.21667°N, 165.1°W) is an ice-filled embayment between the base of the west side of Brown Peninsula and the low northwest foot of Mount Discovery, on Scott Coast, Victoria Land.