Is there a mountain in Antarctica?
Yes, there are many mountains there, in fact, Antarctica is the highest of all the continents on earth.
The three largest mountain ranges on the Antarctic continent are the Transantarctic Mountains, the West Antarctica Ranges, and the East Antarctica Ranges. The Transantarctic Mountains compose a mountain range in Antarctica which extend, with some interruptions, across the continent from Cape Adare in northern Victoria Land to Coats Land. These mountains serve as the division between East Antarctica and West Antarctica. They include a number of separately named mountain groups, which are often again subdivided…
Antarctica is the highest continent, meaning that much of its landscape is mountainous. The highest mountain is Vinson Massif, at 16,050', and it's considered one of the 'seven' summits -- highest mountain on each continent. The southern-most active volcano, Mt Erebus, is also on Antarctica. There is no designated 'chief' mountain on the continent.