Pir Panjal Range

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Pir Panjal peaks

The Pir Panjal Range is a group of mountains which starts in Ramban and extends westward in the south of Jammu and Kashmir (Vale of Kashmir) to the last extremity of Muzaffarabad District. It is 288 km long. Its width changes between 40 and 50 km. Six historical passes, Pir Panjal Pass, Banihal Pass, Hajipir Pass, Ratanpir Pass, Bairam Gala Pass and Gulabgarh Pass, are in this mountain range. The highest mountain range is Tattakoti. Its elevation is 15,524 feet (4,732 m). The height of this range near Gulmarg is 12,500 feet (3,800 m) high.