|Location||Himalaya Range, Kashmir valley, Indian Administered Kashmir|
|Length||5 kilometres (3 mi) in 1974|
Kolahoi glacier lies at an average elevation of 4700 meters. The highest peak named after the glacier is Kolahoi Peak has an elevation of 5425 meters. The origin of the glacier is below the cirques on the north flank of Kolahoi Peak. It is the source of Lidder River and some melt waters become the tributories of the Sind River.
According to another report, Kolahoi is a hanging glacier and hollowed inside. It is a matter of great concern for Kashmir Valley.Many expeditions have failed here Local club is trying much to summit it in 2014.
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