Brocks Peak facts for kids
Brocks Peak (Bulgarian: връх Брокс) is the sharp rocky peak in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica rising to 2300 m near the end of the side ridge that trends 6.5 km westwards from Ahrida Peak on the main crest of north-central Sentinel Range. It is named after the Bulgarian mountaineer Helmut Brocks (1895–1969), a pioneer of the organized tourist movement in Bulgaria.
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