Although this one is a ways from shore, it should have a view of Pitcairn Island, which rises to 347m.
Some more information courtesy of Keith Garrett:
Pitcairn Island was discovered in 1767 by the British and settled in 1790 by the Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian companions. Pitcairn was the first Pacific island to become a British colony (in 1838) and today remains the last vestige of that empire in the South Pacific. Outmigration, primarily to New Zealand, has thinned the population from a peak of 233 in 1937 to about 50 today.
Highest point: Pawala Valley Ridge 347 m
Other islands belonging to the group: Sandy, Henderson and Ducie.
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