List Of Mountain Ranges In Pakistan

Pakistan is home of mountains that are above 7,000 metres. It is seen that five of the world’s fourteen taller mountains are in Pakistan. Four of them are in Karakoram. It is seen that Pakistan’s high peaks are situated in the Karakoram Range. The highest peak of Himalayan range is Nanga Parbat. It is the ninth highest peak of the world. If you do not know about your country and you do not have these facts and figures that what kinds of and how many types of mountain ranges are there in Pakistan, then read the below details. It is only because of these mountain ranges in Pakistan that this country is a home of many tourists. These mountain ranges have now become one of the best tourist destinations and we have seen that people from all over the world come to Pakistan to visit these mountain ranges. Many records have been made on these mountain ranges. Check out the below written details about all the mountain ranges in Pakistan:

Karakoram Range

Karakoram Range:

Its highest peak is K2 which is 8,611 m. It is the second highest peak of the world.

Himalaya Range

Himalaya Range:

Its highest peak is Nanga Parbat which is 8,126 m. Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain. It has a height of 8,126 metres; it is located in the Gilgit-Baltistan. It is also known as ‘Deo Mir’. It is a difficult climb and we have witnessed many of the mountaineering deaths. It is also known by the name of “killer mountain”.

Hindu Kush Range

Hindu Kush Range:

Its highest peak is Tirich Mir which is 7,690 metres. Tirich Mir is the highest mountain of the Hindu Kush range. It is also the highest mountain in the world outside of the Himalayas-Karakoram range. It was first climbed in 1950. It is also seen from Afghanistan.

Hindu Raj

Hindu Raj:

Hindu Raj is a mountain range that lies in northern Pakistan, it is between the Hindu Kush and the Karakoram ranges.

Safed Koh Range

Safed Koh Range:

It is a mountain range that starts from Tora Bora of Eastern Afghanistan and ends to northwestern Pakistan.

Sulaiman Mountains Range

Sulaiman Mountains Range:

Its highest peak is Takht-e-Sulaiman which is of 3,487 m. It is also known by the name of Throne of Solomon. It is located near the village of Darazinda. This range is close to Frontier Region Dera Ismail Khan’s borders. It is also the highest peak in Frontier Region Dera Ismail Khan.

Spin Ghar Mountains Range

Spin Ghar Mountains Range:

 Its highest peak is Mount Sikaram which is of 4,761 m. It is also seen that it is the highest peak of the Spin Ghar.

Salt Range

Salt Range:

Its highest peak is Sakaser which is of 1,522 m. It is a hill system in the Punjab Province and it is all abundant in salt.

Margalla Hills

Margalla Hills:

It is a mountain range in Punja. Its highest peak is Tilla Charouni which is of 1604 m.

Toba Kakar Range

Toba Kakar Range:

We have seen that it is southern offshoot of the Himalayas located in Balochistan

Makran Range

Makran Range:

It is a semi-desert coastal strip that is located in the south of Balochistan. It has several mountain ranges.

Kirthar Range

Kirthar Range:

It is located in the Balochistan Pakistan. It extends right from north, southward from the Mula River to Cape Muari west of Karachi.

These are all the famous and top most list of mountain ranges in Pakistan. If you have not yet make a visit to these mountain ranges in Pakistan then we can say that you are one of the unlucky ones. These mountain ranges are visited by people from all over the world then why cant we make a visit to them! It is time to explore and have a look at the real and actual beauty of Pakistan and all this can only be possible if you will start doing the hiking at these mountain ranges in Pakistan. One thing is for sure that the minute you will have a look at these beauties of mountain ranges, you will forget all the beauty. Check out all the details and all these facts and figures and then you will be making this decision that why these mountain ranges in Pakistan are so much applauded all the time.

Now, make a promise to yourself that you have to visit these ranges in Pakistan. It is time to stat hiking now and it is the high time to start telling every one that you have explored the real beauty and worth of Pakistan. It is these mountains range that truly represent and showcase the beauty of Pakistan. Our country will be like an empty bottle that makes a lot of noise without these mountain ranges. We and the government of Pakistan should be protecting all these beauties so that more and more tourists can come to our country and our country name can become famous too.

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