Stonington Island

An Antarctic island near western Graham Land that was once connected to Northeast Glacier

Stonington Island

Region: Antarctica

Destinations: Antarctic Peninsula

The spaces and sights of Stonington Island

Stonington Island is a rocky Antarctic island northeast of Neny Island, lying in the eastern waters of Marguerite Bay off the west shore of Graham Land. The island is quite small, having a surface area of only 20 hectares (49 acres). Anemometer Hill, Stonington Island’s point of highest elevation, is 25 meters (82 feet) high.

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