|location||Victoria Land , East Antarctica|
|part of||Sequence Hills in the Transantarctic Mountains|
The Barren Bluff in the northeastern part of the map face
The Barren Bluff ( English for worthless cliff ) is a high and striking cliff in the East Antarctic Victoria Land . It rises in the southern part of the Sequence Hills on the western edge of the Rennick Glacier .
The northern group of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition (1962–1963) named the cliff after its weathered rock, which proved to be largely useless for the construction of a survey beacon.