East Skerry (54°15′S36°18′W) is a small group of islands and rocks (skerries) forming the eastern part of the Skrap Skerries, lying 2 miles (3 km) northwest of Cape George, off the north coast of South Georgia.
Articles in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands ( 304 )
304 Articles of interest in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
Crescent Island (54°1′S37°19′W) is a small, roughly crescent-shaped island lying close south of Mollyhawk Island in the Bay of Isles, South Georgia. It was roughly charted in 1912–13 by Robert Cushman Murphy.
Clayton Glacier is a small glacier flowing north along Murphy Wall into Sunset Fjord, Bay of Isles, South Georgia. It was named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee for Roger A.S.
Church Bay is a bay 4.5 nautical miles (8 km) wide, indenting the north coast of South Georgia between Low Rock Point and Cape North.
Cape Charlotte (located at (54°32′S35°54′W) is a cape that forms the southeast side of the entrance to Royal Bay on the north coast near the eastern end of South Georgia in the Atlantic Ocean.
Brighton Beach (54°7′S37°10′W) is a beach lying between Zero Point and Adventure Point in Possession Bay, on the north coast of South Georgia.
Atherton Peak (54°7′S36°45′W) is a peak rising to about 500 metres (1,600 ft) east of Fortuna Bay, South Georgia.
Albatross Crest (54°30′S37°2′W) is a tussock-covered ridge in the eastern arm of Annenkov Island, South Georgia, Antarctica.
Admiralty Peak is a peak, 3,100 feet (945 m) high, lying east of Wilckens Peaks in the central part of South Georgia.
Zero Point (54°7'S 37°9'W) is a point at the north side of Assistance Bay in Possession Bay, South Georgia.
Webb Glacier (54°32'S 36°10'W) is a glacier, 2 miles (3.2 km) long, flowing southeast from Mount Brooker into Ross Glacier on the north side of South Georgia. Surveyed by the South Georgia Survey, 1954-55. Named for Edgar Clive Webb, member of the S…
Boot Rock (57°3'S 26°39'W) is a rock, 30 metres (100 ft) high, which lies 0.1 nautical miles (0.2 km) off the southeast side of Candlemas Island in the South Sandwich Islands.
Rocky Bay is a small bay, with numerous rocks lying in the bay and at its entrance, situated immediately north of Ducloz Head along the south coast of South Georgia. The presence of this bay seems to have been first noted in 1819 by Admiral Thaddeus…
Price Glacier is a glacier 3.5 miles (6 km) long, flowing southwest to Cheapman Bay on the south side of South Georgia.
Cape Wilson (54°2'S 37°10'W) is a headland at the east side of the entrance to the Bay of lsles on the north coast of South Georgia. The Bay of Isles was charted in 1912–13 by Robert Cushman Murphy, American naturalist aboard the brig Daisy.
Cape Darnley (54°27'S 36°49'W) is a cape at the southeast side of Jacobsen Bight on the south-central coast of South Georgia. The name dates back to about 1920 and was given for E.R.
Zigzag Pass (54°12′S36°59′W) is a pass through the west portion of Wilckens Peaks in South Georgia, leading from Kohl Plateau to the head of Esmark Glacier.
Zenker Ridge (54°18′S36°30′W) is a low moraine ridge extending northeast from Osmic Hill to Discovery Point in Cumberland East Bay, South Georgia. This moraine was charted by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, under Nordenskjold.
Wilson Harbour is a bay 1.5 miles (2.4 km) wide and 3 miles (4.8 km) long, between Kade Point and Cape Demidov along the south coast of South Georgia. This coast was roughly charted by a Russian expedition under Bellingshausen in 1819. Wilson Harbou…
The Wilckens Peaks (54°12′S36°57′W) are a group of mountain peaks, the highest 1,375 m, in the form of an arc which extends from the north side of Keilhau Glacier to the north side of Neumayer Glacier in South Georgia. The peaks were roughly locate…
Wheeler Glacier (54°36′S36°22′W) is a glacier draining the north flank of Mount Fraser, flowing west-northwest for 2 miles (3.2 km) to the south coast of South Georgia. Surveyed by the SGS in the period 1951-57. Named by the United Kingdom Antarcti…
West Skerry (54°15′S36°20′W) is a small group of islands and rocks forming the west part of Skrap Skerries, lying 3.2 km (2 miles) east of Barff Point off the north coast of South Georgia.
Warburton Peak (54°5′S37°34′W) is a peak, 1,090 m high, standing 3 miles (4.8 km) northeast of the head of Wilson Harbour in the west part of South Georgia. It was surveyed by the South Georgia Survey in the period 1951-57, and named for Keith Warb…
You may be looking for Undine Harbour in the north west of South Georgia
Tyrrell Glacier (54°22′S36°31′W) is a glacier flowing north into the head of Moraine Fjord where it joins Harker Glacier, on the north coast of South Georgia.
Twitcher Glacier (54°43′S35°56′W) is a glacier, 4 miles (6 km) long, which flows east from the Salvesen Range to the east coast of South Georgia, immediately south of Herz Glacier and Iris Bay. The glacier was surveyed in 1951-52 by the SGS.
Trollhul is a small cove 4 nautical miles (7 km) northwest of Cape Disappointment at the mouth of Graae Glacier, along the south coast of South Georgia.
Trendall Crag (54°48′S35°59′W) is a mountain crag, 1,005 m, overlooking the north side of Drygalski Fjord at the southeast end of South Georgia.
The Three Brothers (54°16′S36°48′W) is a group of three mountain peaks at the north west end of the Allardyce Range range on South Georgia. They aligned in a north-south direction, situated 4 miles (6 km) west of the head of Cumberland West Bay in …
Theodor Rock is a rock approximately midway between Annenkov Island and Pickersgill Islands, off the south coast of South Georgia.
Tern Island in the south part of the Bay of Isles, South Georgia (54°3′S37°20′W) is a small, tussock-covered island lying 1.6 km (1 mile) south of Albatross Island and 10 km (6 miles) east of Dot Island.
Teal Ponds (54°19′S36°27′W) is a series of ponds in a tussock-covered valley 0.3 miles (0.5 km) south of Dartmouth Point, on the east side of Moraine Fjord, South Georgia.
Sörling Valley is an ice-free valley between Cumberland East Bay and Hound Bay on the north side of South Georgia.
Susa Point (54°17′S36°30′W) is a low rocky point marking the seaward end of a small east-west ridge separating two tussock-covered flats, lying 0.25 miles (0.4 km) south of the entrance to King Edward Cove in Cumberland East Bay, South Georgia. Rou…
Survey Isthmus (54°2′S37°58′W) is a narrow isthmus about 39 m high separating Elsehul and Undine Harbor near the west end of South Georgia.
Stanley Peak (54°11′S36°55′W) is a central summit in the Wilckens Peaks, rising to 1,265 m at the head of Fortuna Glacier, South Georgia.