|Russian: Остров Мак-Клинтока|
Location of McClintok Island in the Franz Josef Archipelago
|Archipelago||Franz Josef Archipelago|
|Area||612 km2 (236 sq mi)|
|Length||33 km (20.5 mi)|
|Highest elevation||521 m (1,709 ft)|
This island is roughly square-shaped and its maximum length is 33 km (21 mi). Its area is 612 km2 (236 sq mi) and it is largely glaciated. Its highest point is 521 m (1,709 ft).
McClintok Island is located very close to the west of Hall Island, separated from it by a narrow sound, Proliv Negri. The island's northernmost point is Mys Grili (Greely Cape). The southwestern point is MacKlintok Island and the southeastern Mys Oppoltsera.
- Ostrov Aldzher (Остров Алджер), Alger Island. Lies off McClintock Island's northern shore, separated from it by a 3 km (1.9 mi) narrow sound. Alger Island was the wintering site of the failed American Ziegler-Baldwin expedition of 1901.
- Ostrov Bryeydi (Остров Брейди), Brady Island is a relatively large island. Mostly glaciated. It is located off McClintock Island's northwestern tip, separated from it by the 6 km (3.7 mi) wide Aberdare Sound (Proliv Abyerder). The highest point on Brady Island is 381 m (1,250 ft). This island was named after 1835-1891 English chemist, pharmacist and geologist George Brady. Mys Vize, Brady Island's northernmost cape, is named after Russian Arctic expert Vladimir Wiese.
- Right by McClintock Island's southern shore, there is a group of islets called Ostrova Borisika.
- 5 km (3.1 mi) off the southern coast lies Ostrov Ogord (Остров Огорд), Aagaard Island. This island was named in honor of Andreas Zacharias Aagaard, a Norwegian merchant and consul for Austria-Hungary in Tromsø, Norway, at the time of the Austro-Hungarian North Pole Expedition.
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