Shenk Peak (85°11′S 174°45′W / 85.183°S 174.750°W / -85.183; -174.750Coordinates: 85°11′S 174°45′W / 85.183°S 174.750°W / -85.183; -174.750) is a sharp peak standing 2,540 m high just southeast of Mount Kenyon, between Gillespie Glacier and LaPrade Valley in the Cumulus Hills. Named by the Texas Tech Shackleton Glacier Expedition (1964–65) for John C. Shenk, who was a Texas Tech graduate student and member of the expedition.
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