|Elevation||4,979 m (16,335 ft) |
2,982 m (9,783 ft) |
|Isolation||139 kilometres (86 mi)|
|Location||Almaty Province, Kazakhstan|
|Parent range||Trans-Ili Alatau, Tian Shan|
Pik Talgar (Russian: Пик Талгар; Kazakh: Talg'ar s'yn'y / Талғар шыңы) is a northern peak in the Tian Shan mountain range in Kazakhstan, named after Talgar river and city. It is the highest peak of the Trans-Ili Alatau. Due to its close proximity to the former capital of Kazakhstan, Almaty, it is a popular mountaineering destination. Sources differ on Pik Talgar's elevation, but the 4,979 m height is widely quoted.
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