Extreme points of Pakistan
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Main article: Geography of Pakistan
Here is a list of the extreme points and extreme elevations in Pakistan.
|Heading||Location||Administrative entity||Bordering entity||Coordinates[nb 1]|
|North (disputed)||Baba Ghundi Chipursan in Gilgit–Baltistan a little to the west of the Khunjerab Pass.||Gilgit–Baltistan (formerly known as Northern Areas.)||Xinjiang, People's Republic of China|
|South||Near Sir Creek, Thatta||Sindh||Arabian Sea, Gujarat-India.|
|East (disputed)||a little east of the Karakoram Pass, Hetian||Gilgit–Baltistan||Xinjiang, People's Republic of China|
|West||AFIRPK i.e. the point where Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan meet in Balochistan.||Balochistan||Iran, Afghanistan|
|Highest||K2||8,611 m (28,251 ft)||Border between Gilgit–Baltistan and Xinjiang||Gilgit–Baltistan|
|Lowest||Near Sir Creek, Thatta||0 m (0.0 ft)||Thatta District||Sindh|
- Coordinates obtained from Google Earth. Google Earth makes use of the WGS84 geodetic reference system.