Apsarasas Kangri

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Apsarasas Kangri
Apsarasas Kangri is located in Tibetan Plateau
Apsarasas Kangri
Apsarasas Kangri
Location on a map of the Tibetan Plateau
Elevation 7,245 m (23,770 ft)[1]
Ranked 96th
Prominence 625 m (2,051 ft)[1][2]
Parent peak Teram Kangri
Location
Location ChinaPakistan border
Range Siachen Muztagh, Karakoram
Coordinates 35°32′N 77°09′E / 35.533°N 77.150°E / 35.533; 77.150Coordinates: 35°32′N 77°09′E / 35.533°N 77.150°E / 35.533; 77.150[1]
Climbing
First ascent 1976
Easiest route snow/ice climb

Apsarasas Kangri is a mountain in the Siachen Karakoram range. With an elevation of 7,245 m (23,770 ft) it is the 96th highest mountain in the world.

Apsarasas Kangri is located on the border between Gilgit–Baltistan, Pakistan and Xinjiang, China. The peak was first climbed in 1976.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Apsarasas, China/Pakistan". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2014-07-13. 
  2. ^ Note: Sources vary on the prominence of this peak. 8000ers.com states 607m and Global.mongabay states 635m. Both agree with the Peakbagger summit elevation of 7245m.