Lee Lake (77°2′S 162°8′E) is a small lake at the southeast corner of Redcliff Nunatak on the southern flank of Mackay Glacier, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. Redcliff Nunatak projects as a rounded mound of granite 300 metres (1,000 ft) above the glacier surface. The ice is piled up on the west side and sweeps around the north and south sides to the lee side, where it is much lower, and where this lake has formed from meltwater. The lake was given this descriptive name by the Western Journey Party, led by Thomas Griffith Taylor, of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13.
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