|East Falkland, Falkland Islands, south Atlantic Ocean|
|Elevation||705 m (2,313 ft)|
|Prominence||705 m (2,313 ft)|
The mountain is referenced by Charles Darwin in Chapter 9 of the Zoology of the Voyage of the Beagle and is named after Alexander Burns Usborne, Master's Assistant on HMS Beagle, the ship that took Darwin on his famous voyage.
As one of the highest mountains of the Falklands, it experienced some glaciation. The handful of mountains over 2,000 feet (610 m) have:
- "pronounced corries with small glacial lakes at the their bases, morainic ridges deposited below the corries suggest that the glaciers and ice domes were confined to areas of maximum elevation with other parts of the islands experiencing a periglacial climate" 
- Stonehouse, B (ed.) Encyclopedia of Antarctica and the Southern Oceans (2002, ISBN 0-471-98665-8)
- "Mount Usborne, Falkland Islands". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2014-08-03.
- Strange, Ian (1983) The Falkland Islands
- A Stroll up Mount Usborne
- Satellite picture of Mount Usborne at the Wayback Machine (archived December 23, 2010)
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