|Syn Qing Feng|
|Elevation||6,860 m (22,510 ft) |
|Prominence||1,922 m (6,306 ft) |
|Location||Xinjiang and Qinghai provinces,
|Parent range||Kunlun Mountains|
Bukadaban Feng or Buka Daban Feng (simplified Chinese: 布喀达坂峰; traditional Chinese: 布喀達坂峰; pinyin: Bùkā Dábǎn Fēng), Syn Qing Feng (Chinese: 新青峰; pinyin: Xīn Qīng Fēng) or Bokalik Tagh (Chinese: 博卡雷克塔格山; pinyin: Bókǎléikè Tǎgé Shān), is a remote peak on the border between Xinjiang and Qinghai provinces of China. It is part of the Kunlun Mountains of East-Central Asia. At 6,860 metres (22,507 ft), Bukadaban Feng is the highest point of the Qinghai province and with a prominence of 1,922 metres (6,306 ft), it is also an ultra prominent peak.
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