Mount Adam is the tallest mountain, part of the Hill Cove Mountains range on the island of West Falkland, in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. At a height of 700 meters (2,297 feet), there are two summits and to the north of the summit ridge a very steep drop to two small tarns.
The Mount Adam range runs east to west ending at Byron Heights. As one of the highest points on the islands, there are glacial remains, cirque alike on it, and amphitheater-like valleys with small glacial lakes at the base. It is mostly Palaeozoic sedimentary rocks, quartzite, sandstone and shale. It is possible to do a one day hike on this peak, from where the views are impressive across to the north-west islands.