Amundsen/Fram - first successful expedition
to reach the South Pole - 1910-11
master carpenter who had renovated Amundsen's house. For the expedition
he was commissioned to build a prefabricated observation hut for the
Landmarks named after Jorgen Stubberud
Description: A mountain, 2,970 m, standing 2 mi SE of Beck
Peak on a ridge from the N side of Nilsen Plateau, in the Queen Maud
Mountains. Mapped by USGS from surveys and USN air photos, 1960-64.
Named by US-ACAN for Jörgen Stubberud, carpenter on the ship Fram
and member of the land party at Framheim on Amundsen's expedition of
1910-12. This naming preserves the spirit of Amundsen's 1911
commemoration of "Mount J. Stubberud," a name applied for an
unidentifiable mountain in the general area.
Variant Name(s) - Mount J. Stubberud, Mount Jorgen Stubberud