List of Ultras of Tibet, East Asia and neighbouring areas

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This is a list of all the Ultra prominent peaks (with topographic prominence greater than 1,500 metres) in Tibet, East Asia and neighbouring areas of Burma and India, including South India and Sri Lanka.

Kunlun Mountains[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Altun Shan  China 5,830 2,528 3302
2 Tekilik Shan  China 5,450 2,316 3134
3 Kangze Gyai  China 5,808 2,231 3577
4 Sulamutag Feng  China 6,245 2,028 4217
5 Dradullungshong  China 6,282 1,960 4322
6 Liushi Shan  China 7,167 1,946 5221
7 Ulugh Muztagh  China 6,973 1,943 5030
8 Aleke Tag[1]  China 6,065 1,923 4142
9 Bukadaban Feng  China 6,860 1,922 4938
10 Sicha Xuefeng (Ak Tag)  China 6,748 1,920 4828
11 HP Ayaliktag Range[2]  China 6,130 1,728 4402
12 Sob Gangri  China 6,224 1,674 4550
13 Selik Gulam Muztag  China 6,691 1,660 5031
14 Mush Muztagh  China 6,638 1,631 5007
15 Kogantag  China 4,800 1,611 3189
16 HP Qilian Shan  China 5,547 1,593 4982
17 Nan Shan  China 4,880 1,540 3340
18 Point 5350  China 5,350 1,537 3813
19 Karakash Shan  China 6,510 1,528 4982
20 Chung Muztagh  China 6,962 1,512 5450
21 Qaidam Shan  China 5,759 1,500 4259

Western Tibet and neighboring areas[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Kangju Kangri  India 6,725 2,147 4578
2 Lunpo Gangri  China 7,095 1,941 5154
3 Shakangshan  China 6,822 1,914 4908
4 Bangong  China 6,260 1,879 4381
5 Nganglong Kangri  China 6,720 1,772 4948
6 Point 6300  India /  China 6,300 1,660 4640
7 Shahi Kangri  India 6,934 1,580 5354
8 Kataklik Kangri  India /  China 6,897 1,543 5354

South-eastern Tibet and neighboring areas[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Gyala Peri  China 7,294 2,942 4352
2 Bairiga  China 6,882 2,444 4438
3 Nyainqentanglha Feng  China 7,162 2,239 4923
4 Sepu Kangri  China 6,956 2,213 4743
5 Kawarani  China 5,992 2,018 3974
6 Mount Genyen  China 6,204 2,000 4204
7 Point 6327  China 6,327 1,863 4464
8 Chola Shan  China 6,168 1,703 4465
9 Point 6310  China 6,310 1,673 4637
10 Bu Gyai Kangri  China 6,328 1,666 4662
11 Point 6135  China 6,135 1,634 4501
12 Nenang  China 6,870 1,630 5240
13 Samdain Kangsang  China 6,590 1,614 4976
14 Beu-tse  China 6,270 1,558 4712
15 Geladandong  China 6,621 1,541 5080

Yungling Mountains of Yunnan[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Jade Dragon Snow Mountain  China 5,596 3,202 2394
2 HP Hung-Wang Shan  China 4,330 2,470 1860
3 Kawagebo  China 6,740 2,232 4508
4 Yao Shan  China 4,050 1,996 2054
5 Point 5841  China 5,841 1,934 3907
6 Hkaru Bum  Burma 3,677 1,914 1763
7 Xiannairi  China 6,032 1,878 4154
8 Point 4030  China 4,030 1,837 4565
9 Haba Xueshan  China 5,396 1,794 3602
10 Point 4520  China 4,520 1,786 2734
11 Damyon  China 6,324 1,759 4565
12 Point 3480  China 3,480 1,750 1730
13 Dabaicao Ling  China 3,680 1,738 1942
14 Xuebang Shan  China 4,260 1,735 4565
15 HP Baxoila Ling  China 6,146 1,721 4425
16 Point 4911  China 4,911 1,690 3221
17 Finchuiyanou Range  China 3,580 1,590 1990
18 Laotzyunshan  China 4,500 1,558 2942

Daxue Mountains of Sichuan[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Gongga Shan  China 7,556 3,642 3914
2 Jiuding Shan  China 4,969 2,808 2161
3 Yaomei Feng  China 6,250 2,571 3679
4 Huatou Jian  China 4,750 2,223 2527
5 Lamo-She  China 6,070 2,093 3977
6 Mount Xuebaoding  China 5,588 2,057 3531
7 HP Dalyandun Range  China 4,041 1,905 2136
8 HP Lunan Shan  China 4,300 1,760 2540
9 Dapin Shan  China 5,412 1,728 3684
10 Jiankho Shan  China 5,300 1,692 3608
11 Jiaojin Shan  China 5,734 1,681 4053
12 Point 3030  China 3,030 1,656 1374
13 Jinping Shan  China 4,420 1,630 2790
14 Point 4260  China 4,260 1,625 2635
15 Haizi Shan  China 5,820 1,578 4242
16 Point 5744  China 5,744 1,563 4181
17 Yaoji Shan  China 3,590 1,552 2038

Qin Mountains and north-east China[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Mount Taibai  China 3,750 2,232 1518
2 HP Helan Shan  China 3,540 2,098 1442
3 Beitai Ding  China 3,061 1,784 1277
4 Tevodian  China 2,120 1,597 523

Southeast China[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Dashennongjia  China 3,100 2,270 830
2 Huanggang Shan  China 2,170 1,965 205
3 Nanfengmian  China 2,140 1,921 219
4 Wuzhi Shan  China (Hainan) 1,840 1,840 0
5 Shengtang Shan  China 1,935 1,785 150
6 Fenghuang Shan  China 2,570 1,762 808
7 Jiucai Ling  China 2,010 1,735 275
8 Lianhua Feng  China 1,864 1,734 130
9 Wugong Shan  China 1,920 1,722 198
10 Miao'er Shan  China 2,140 1,647 493
11 Mount Tianzhu  China 1,760 1,642 118
12 Bai Yi Zhai[3]  China 2,323 1,658 665
13 Benjiwo  China 1,953 1,625 328
14 Jiuling Shan  China 1,790 1,624 166
15 Paishidin  China 1,895 1,622 273
16 Datian Ding  China 1,704 1,609 95
17 Yujing Feng  China 1,810 1,596 214
18 Point 1857  China 1,857 1,574 283
19 Daming Shan  China 1,785 1,570 215
20 Huangmao Jian  China 1,930 1,530 400
21 Baojie Ling  China 1,930 1,530 400
22 Qingliang Feng  China 1,787 1,521 266
23 Mount Tai  China 1,545 1,505 40

Taiwan[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Yushan  Republic of China 3,952 3,952 0
2 Xueshan  Republic of China 3,886 1,932 1954

South India and Sri Lanka[edit]

No Peak Country Elevation (m) Prominence (m) Col (m)
1 Pidurutalagala  Sri Lanka 2,524 2,524 0
2 Anamudi  India 2,694 2,479 125
3 Doddabetta  India 2,636 2,256 380
4 Elivai Malai  India 2,088 1,540 548

References[edit]

  1. ^ First recorded ascent by Janne Corax on 7 September 2010.
  2. ^ First recorded ascent bt Janne Corax on 1 October 2010.
  3. ^ 2009 Trip Report

External links[edit]

E. Jurgalski and others: