The Almond

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The Almond (78°19′S 163°27′E / 78.317°S 163.450°E / -78.317; 163.450Coordinates: 78°19′S 163°27′E / 78.317°S 163.450°E / -78.317; 163.450) is a bare, almond-shaped ridge of granite which separates the two coalescing channels of Pyramid Trough, located just west of The Pyramid on the west side of Koettlitz Glacier. Given this descriptive name by the New Zealand Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition (VUWAE), 1960-61.

 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "The Almond" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).