Little Matterhorn (53°4′S 73°30′E) is a rocky peak, 1,480 metres (4,860 ft) high, formed by a small volcanic cone 1.1 nautical miles (2 km) north-northwest of Fremantle Peak, on the north flank of Big Ben, the dominating mountain on Heard Island. It was surveyed and named in 1948 by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition.
By elevation Little Matterhorn is
# 8 out of 29 in Heard Island and McDonald Islands # 8 out of 29 in Heard and McDonald Islands World Heritage Area # 8 out of 29 in Heard Island and McDonald Islands Marine Reserve
By prominence Little Matterhorn is
# 20 out of 29 in Heard Island and McDonald Islands # 20 out of 29 in Heard and McDonald Islands World Heritage Area # 20 out of 29 in Heard Island and McDonald Islands Marine Reserve
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