|Length||9 kilometres (6 mi)|
The Machoi Glacier is a 9 kilometer long glacier in the north eastern Himalayan Range situated 30kilometer west from Drass, Ladakh and 8 kilometers east from Sonamarg on the southern side of NH 1D at Zojila. It lies at an average elevation of 4800 meters.
The highest peak named after the glacier is the Machoi Peak that lies at the eastern end of the glacier, at an elevation of 5458 meters. The glacier is the source of the Sind River that flows westwards, and the Dras river that flows eastwards.
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