Banna Ridge

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Banna Ridge (79°54′S 155°6′E / 79.900°S 155.100°E / -79.900; 155.100Coordinates: 79°54′S 155°6′E / 79.900°S 155.100°E / -79.900; 155.100) is a rock ridge that rises over 2,000 metres (6,600 ft) and extends from Banna Peak northeast toward the head of Hatherton Glacier. The ridge forms the southeast wall of Abus Valley in the northwest part of the Britannia Range. It was named in association with Banna Peak by a University of Waikato (New Zealand) geological party, 1978–79.

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