|Elevation||5,445 m (17,864 ft) |
|Prominence||4,122 m (13,524 ft) 
|Isolation||617 kilometres (383 mi)|
Fukang City border,
Xinjiang Uygur AR,
|Parent range||Bogda Shan, Tien Shan|
|First ascent||1981, by a Japanese team|
Bogda Peak or Bogda Feng (simplified Chinese: 博格达峰; traditional Chinese: 博格達峰; pinyin: Bógédá fẽng; cf. Mongolian: Bogd Uul, sometimes referred to as Mount Bogda) is the highest mountain in the Bogda Shan range, in the eastern Tian Shan mountains, China, at 5,445 m (17,864 ft).
Bogda Peak is a challenging climb due to its steep relief. Its sides slope at angles of between 70° and 80°. It was first climbed in 1981 by an 11-person team from Kyoto, Japan.
- "Bogda Feng, China". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 19 June 2006.
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