Antonov Peak (Bulgarian: Антонов връх, romanized: Antonov vrah, IPA: [ɐnˈtɔnov ˈvrɤx]) is the peak rising to over 1300 m in the northwest part of Trakiya Heights on Trinity Peninsula, Antarctic Peninsula. Situated 4.45 km east of Mount Schuyler, 4.25 km southeast of Sirius Knoll, 4.9 km west by north of Mount Daimler, and 8.23 km north of Skakavitsa Peak in Kondofrey Heights. Surmounting Russell West Glacier to the north and Victory Glacier to the south. The peak is named after the Bulgarian automobile constructor Rumen Antonov (b. 1944) who invented an innovative automatic gearbox.