Feature type: Mountain
This name originates from United Kingdom. It is part of the Gazetteer of the British Antarctic Territory and the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica.
Names that other countries have for this feature:
rising to c. 1700m W of Gardner Inlet, Orville Coast, and including from N to S Mount Aaron, McLaughlin Peak, Mount Robertson, Crain Ridge, Mount Wood, Mount Hyatt, Mount Terrazas and Schmitt Mesa, were seen from the air by RARE, 21 November 1947, in the reported position 75°30'S 65°50'W, and named after W.R. Latady (Latady Island, q.v.) (Ronne, 1948b, map p.357; USHO chart 6638, 1955; [in correct position] USGS sketch map Ellsworth Land-Palmer Land, 1969; APC, 1975, p.4; BAS 500P sheet SS 17-20/SE, 1-DOS 1981); partially surveyed by FIDS-RARE from "Stonington Island" in December 1947. Montes Latady (Argentina. MM chart N-"P"-1, 1952). Latardy Gebirge, Latardy-Ketten [sic] (Kosack, 1955a, p.229 and end map). Gory Latadi (Soviet Union. MMF chart, 1961). The mountains were photographed from the air by USN, 1965-67, and mapped from air photographs by USGS. Monte Latady, presumably referring to this feature (Chile. IHA, 1974, p.178). Cordón Namuncura, so called by AAE after the "native saint" (Argentina. MD, 1978, letter N).
No images of this place could be found.
British: Large scale (max 1:100,000), Medium scale (between 1:100,000 and 1:250,000), Small scale (min 1:250,000 )
All: Large scale (max 1:100,000), Medium scale (between 1:100,000 and 1:250,000), Small scale (min 1:250,000 )