|Elevation||2,315 m (7,595 ft) |
|Prominence||2,315 m (7,595 ft) |
|Location||Adelaide Island, Antarctica|
Mount Gaudry is a mountain, 2,315 metres (7,600 ft) high, rising close southwest of Mount Barre and 5 nautical miles (9 km) north-northwest of Mount Liotard in the southern part of Adelaide Island, Antarctica. It was discovered by the French Antarctic Expedition, 1903–05, under Jean-Baptiste Charcot, who named it after Albert Gaudry, a prominent French paleontologist.
- "Mount Gaudry, Antarctica" on Peakbagger
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