|Elevation||7,245 m (23,770 ft) 
|Prominence||625 m (2,051 ft) |
|Parent peak||Teram Kangri|
|Location||China border with the Siachen Glacier region (controlled by India, claimed by Pakistan) |
|Parent range||Siachen Muztagh, Karakoram|
|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 Xinjiang, China and the Siachen Glacier region, controlled by India and claimed by Pakistan.
- "Apsarasas, India/China". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2015-02-17.
- "Virgin Peaks in East Karakoram". The Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF). Retrieved 17 February 2015.
- 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.
- Kapadia, Harish (1 March 2002). High Himalaya Unknown Valleys. Indus Publishing. p. 302. ISBN 978-81-7387-117-7.
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