Sugarloaf (mountain)

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The name Sugarloaf applies to numerous raised topographic landforms worldwide: mountains, hills, peaks, summits, buttes, ridges, rock formations, bornhardt, inselberg, etc. Landforms resembling the characteristic conical shape of a sugarloaf were often so named.[1] According to the United States Board on Geographic Names, there are over 200 such designations in the United States alone.[2]

Australia[edit]

There are over 450 hills, mountains or peaks named with a variant of "sugarloaf" or "sugar loaf".[3] That includes 49 "the Sugarloaf" and 19 "Mount Sugarloaf".

Brazil[edit]

Canada[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Japan[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States of America[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

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