A rock island 300m high at the head of Hallett Inlet, partly surrounded by th terminal face of Hallett Glacier. It is formed of dark sedimentary rocks arranged in a prominet syncline and cut by several dykes of cream-coloured igneous rocks (felsite). A few snow petrels nest there, and small gravel beaches are developed on its north-eastern corner. A survey station on its summit is marked by a rock cairn.
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NZTM2000: 1492808, 1959892
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