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Victoria and Albert Mountains

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Subject: Arctic Cordillera, White Triplets Peaks, Boulder Hills, Scoresby Hills, Geodetic Hills
Collection: Arctic Cordillera, Mountain Ranges of Qikiqtaaluk Region
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Victoria and Albert Mountains

The Victoria and Albert Mountains () are a mountain range running on the east coast of Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. The range is one of the most northern ranges in the world and of the Arctic Cordillera. The highest mountain in the range is Agassiz Ice Cap Summit at 2,201 m (7,221 ft). The range has an area of 37,650 km2 (14,540 sq mi).

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