Baltoro Kangri

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Baltoro Kangri
Gasherbrum IV, VII, VI and Baltoro Kangri.jpg
Gasherbrum IV, VII, VI and Baltoro Kangri on the right
Highest point
Elevation7,312 metres (23,990 ft)
Prominence1,132 metres (3,714 ft)
Coordinates35°38′52.69″N 76°40′11.10″E / 35.6479694°N 76.6697500°E / 35.6479694; 76.6697500[1][2]
Geography
LocationSkardu District, Pakistan
Parent rangeKarakoram

Baltoro Kangri (or Golden Throne) is a mountain in the Karakoram mountain range in the Northern Areas of Pakistan. It lies to the south of the Gasherbrums and east of Chogolisa Peak (7,665 m). The huge Baltoro Glacier, which is one of the largest glaciers outside polar regions, rises from the foot of Baltoro Kangri. In the north of Baltoro Kangri is the Abruzzi Glacier.

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  1. Northern Pakistan detailed placemarks in Google Earth
  2. "Northern Pakistan detailed placemarks in Google Earth". Retrieved 2009-03-11.