View of the Vanj Range
|Peak||High Yazgulem Peak|
|Elevation||5,588 m (18,333 ft)|
|Length||85 km (53 mi) NE/SW|
|Width||15 km (9.3 mi) NW/SE|
|Parent range||Pamir Mountains|
|Age of rock||Paleozoic|
|Type of rock||Granite, conglomerate and sandstone|
It lies to the south of the Academy of Sciences Range, between the Darvaz Range to the north and the Yazgulem Range to the south. Running parallel to them, it separates the valleys of the Vanj River and the Yazgulyam River. The total glaciated area of the range is 164 km².
Its highest summit is glacier-covered High Yazgulem Peak (5,588 m). Other peaks are Vanchek Peak (5,428 m), Hauck Peak (5,092 m), Kuh-i Rau (4,964 m), Sokolov Peak (4,808 m) and Ku-i Zoh (4,664 m).
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