|location||Ross Dependency , Antarctica|
|part of||Queen Maud Mountains in the Transantarctic Mountains|
The Reid Spur is an 8 km long ridge in the Antarctic Ross Dependency . In the Queen Maud Mountains , it extends from a previously unnamed hill 5 km northwest of Mount Bellows in a northerly direction along the eastern flank of the Ramsey Glacier .
The Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names named him in 1966 after Chief Warrant Officer James S. Reid, a member of a United States Army Air Force who supported a Texas Tech University crew to explore the Shackleton Glacier between 1964 and 1965.