Browning Pass (74°37′21″S 163°54′58″E) is an ice-covered pass, 10 nautical miles (19 km) long, lying between the main mass of Deep Freeze Range and the Northern Foothills in Victoria Land, Antarctica. The pass facilitates movement between the lower ends of Priestley Glacier and Campbell Glacier. The feature was first mapped as a part of Campbell Glacier by the Northern Party of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13 (BrAE). It was remapped by the Southern Party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition, 1962–63, and named for Frank V. Browning, a member of the BrAE Northern Party, for whom nearby Mount Browning is also named.
Browning Pass Skiway
Terra Nova Bay
|209 ft / 64 m
Location of Browning Pass Skiway in Antarctica
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