|Elevation||6,050 m (19,850 ft)|
|Location||San Juan, Argentina|
The first attempt to climb the mountain was by a Polish expedition in 1934, abandoned due to bad weather and one of the team members' foot injury . The first successful ascent was done in 1958 by Argentine climbers A. Beorchia and E. Yacante.
The name was given to the peak following the first ascent, after the Poles in honor of their achievements within the Cordillera. The Polish expedition referred to the mountain as "Innominata" ("Unnamed").
- S. W. Daszynski, "A Polish Expedition to the High Andes", in The Geographical Journal, vol. 84, no. 3 (September 1934), pp. 215-223 (https://polona.pl/item/1761618/1/)
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