Vinson Massif, Antarctica. Located only 660 nautical miles from the South Pole, Vinson Massif (16,067') is the highest peak in Antarctica and one of the renowned "Seven Summits."

Vinson Massif, Antarctica. Located only 660 nautical miles from the South Pole, Vinson Massif (16,067') is the highest peak in Antarctica and one of the renowned "Seven Summits."

Climb Mount vinson massif - Antartica's highest mountain

Climb Mount vinson massif - Antartica's highest mountain

Vinson Massif 16,050ft - the highest mountain of Antarctica, lying in the Sentinel Range of the Ellsworth Mountains

Vinson Massif 16,050ft - the highest mountain of Antarctica, lying in the Sentinel Range of the Ellsworth Mountains

Vinson Massif

Vinson Massif

Vinson Massif Antartica

Vinson Massif Antartica

A view of Vinson Massif, Antarctica. One of the Seven Summits.

A view of Vinson Massif, Antarctica. One of the Seven Summits.

Vinson Massif (Antarctica) is the highest mountain in Antarctica. It sits 16,050 feet above sea level 750 miles from the South Pole.

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Vinson Massif (Antarctica) is the highest mountain in Antarctica. It sits 16,050 feet above sea level 750 miles from the South Pole.

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