|Elevation||6,083 m (19,957 ft)|
|Length||200 km (120 mi) NE/SW|
|Width||50 km (31 mi) NW/SE|
|Native name||Дарва́зький хребе́т (Russian)|
|Parent range||Pamir Mountains|
|Age of rock||Paleozoic|
|Type of rock||Granite and metamorphic schist|
The Darvaz Range or Darvoz Range (Russian: Дарва́зский хребе́т) is a mountain range in the Western Pamirs, in Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region of Tajikistan. Its name derives from the historical region of Darvaz.
Starting in the east near the Academy of Sciences Range by Mount Garmo, it stretches from Mount Garmo roughly southwestwards between the Vanj River and Panj River (following the flows of the two), and the Obikhingou, a tributary of the Vakhsh River. The Vanj River separates it from the Vanj Range. Roughly 750 km² of the mountain chain are glaciated.
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