Our mission: The United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust works to conserve Antarctic buildings and artefacts, and to promote and encourage the public's interest in its Antarctic heritage.
Jabet Peak rising to 545 m on Wiencke Island. Roughly mapped by Jean Baptiste Charcot in 1905 and named Jabet after Jacques Jabet, boatswain of his ship the Français, who climbed in the area.
Mt William on Anver's Island seen prominently from he museum on the tiny Goudier Island.
Wall Range on Wiencke Island, rising to ca. 1100 m at Mount Wheat.
The tallest peak seen here is Mount William rising to 1515 m on Anvers Island. Named after William IV, King of England.
Mt william on Anvers Island on a still and serene day.
Penguins at sunset, Port Lockroy
The Fief Mountains on Wiencke Island offer a spectacular backdrop to the huts at Port Lockroy. They rise to 1415 m and include the prominent Luigi Peak. Also known as the 'Seven Sisters'
The base at Port Lockroy, seen here, is situated on the tiny Goudier Island. The island is dwarfed by the Fief mountains on nearby Wiencke Island.