Singhi Kangri

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Singhi Kangri
Singhi Kangri is located in Tibetan Plateau
Singhi Kangri
Singhi Kangri
Location on a map of the Tibetan Plateau
Highest point
Elevation7,202 m (23,629 ft) [2]
Ranked 108th
Prominence790 m (2,590 ft)
Parent peakTeram Kangri III
Coordinates35°35′59″N 76°59′01″E / 35.59972°N 76.98361°E / 35.59972; 76.98361Coordinates: 35°35′59″N 76°59′01″E / 35.59972°N 76.98361°E / 35.59972; 76.98361
Geography
LocationChina border with the Siachen Glacier region (controlled by India, claimed by Pakistan)[1]
Parent rangeKarakoram
Climbing
First ascent1976 by a Japanese team
Easiest routesnow/ice climb

Singhi Kangri is a 7,202 m (23,629 ft) peak in the Karakoram range.[2] It is located on the border between China and the Siachen Glacier region (controlled by India, claimed by Pakistan.) The mountain was first climbed in 1976 by a Japanese expedition.[2]

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Singhi Kangri Virtual Aerial Video

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  1. ^ "Singhi Kangri". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "India 2006" (PDF). AlpineJournal.org.UK. Retrieved 28 September 2014. Note: Sources vary. This peak's elevation is frequently quoted at 7207m and also as low as 7172m.

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