SUMMIT TERAM KANGRI I

The Teram Kangri group is a mountain massif in the remote Siachen Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakoram range. The high point of the group, and of the Siachen Muztagh, is Teram Kangri I. The peak lies on the boundary between China and the disputed Siachen Glacier region near the line of control between India and Pakistan. The northeast side of the peak is in Chinese-controlled territory, the southwest side in the disputed Siachen area currently controlled by India. Teram Kangri I was first climbed on August 10, 1975 by a Japanese expedition led by H. Katayama, which obtained a permit from the Govt. of Pakistan and made the long approach via Bilafond La (the Saltoro Pass).

  • FEATURES
  • Height: 7,462 meters (24,482 feet)
  • Prominence: 1,702 meters (5,584 feet)
  • Range: Siachen¬†Karakoram
  • Country: India , China
  • Continent: Asia

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