Mount Binalud

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Binalud
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Mt. Binalud view in winter from Bāghrud Road (south of the mountain).
Highest point
Elevation 3,211 m (10,535 ft)
Coordinates 36°25′35″N 58°50′57″E / 36.42639°N 58.84917°E / 36.42639; 58.84917Coordinates: 36°25′35″N 58°50′57″E / 36.42639°N 58.84917°E / 36.42639; 58.84917
Geography
Parent range Binalud Mountains
Climbing
First ascent by an unknown Iranian

Mount Binālud (In Persian: بینالود) is the highest peak in Razavi Khorasan province, Iran. It is known also as the Roof of Khorasan. Made of Triassic-Jurassic metamorphic rocks, this mountain is 26 km north-east of Nishapur and to the west of Mashhad. With an elevation of 3211 metres, Mount Binalud is the highest point of the Binalud Mountains.

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