Yes and it’s the Polish team that intend to climb the Olavtoppen mountain, the US team did not plan that.
By the way the 3Y0I Polish team have offered places to any of the members of the unfortunately aborted 3Y0Z who want to join them and make it a combined DXPedition.
The Polish team were scheduled to go to Bouvet but at the request of the 3Y0Z team cancelled their plans last year. With the 3Y0Z DXPedition hitting the weather and ship problems, the Polish team are starting up their plans again. One of the members of the Polish team has already been on Bouvet a few years ago and knows the problems and dangers on this the “most remote Island in the world”.
can you please tell me why there is only one summit valid on 3Y? When I look at the OpenStreetMap posted above I get the impression that Lykketoppen 766m has a prominenc of well over 150m and would also be a valid summit. Not that I think it will get activated often …
Looking at Simon’s analysis, using SRTM, P is calculated at 146m, and using the Norwegian Polar institute 20m DEM, it’s P is 131m. Absent a government map that shows it P150, neither of those values is compelling enough for arguing P150.