Mount Normann (54°51′S 36°4′W) is a mountain, 1,240 m (4061 ft), standing 1 mile (1.6 km) north of Smaaland Cove at the south end of South Georgia. The feature has appeared on charts since the 1930s. It was surveyed by the SGS in the period 1951-57, and named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) for Wilhelm Normann (1870-1939), German chemist, whose work led to the introduction in about 1907 of the hydrogenation process for hardening whale oil.
This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Mount Normann" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).
By elevation Mount Normann is
# 16 out of 141 in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
By prominence Mount Normann is
# 15 out of 141 in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
We use GPS information embedded into the photo when it is available.
3D mountains overlay
Adjust mountain panorama to perfectly match your photos because recorded by camera photo position might be imprecise.
Choose which peak labels should make into the final photo and what photo title should be.
This 3D model of Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal was made using the PeakVisor app topographic data. The mobile app features higher precision models worldwide, more topographic details, and works offline. Download PeakVisor maps today.
Download OBJ model
The download should start shortly. If you find it useful please consider supporting the PeakVisor app.