Mount Gough (Chinese: 歌賦山) is a peak on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It lies directly east of Victoria Peak and rises to a height of 479 metres (1,572 ft) above Admiralty. It is named for Hugh Gough, 1st Viscount Gough, Commander-in-Chief of British Forces in China and is the 18th highest prominence on Hong Kong Island.
|Elevation||479 m (1,572 ft)|
|Native name||歌賦山 (Chinese)|
|Location||Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong|
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