Mount Takahe is a shield volcano in Antarctica. It's height is 3,460 metres (11,350 ft) above sea level. The volcano is mostly covered by the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. People first visited the mountain in 1957. Due to its remote location, it has not been visited often. It has never been climbed, and no one has even tried to climb it.
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