Asian mountain range

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Belukha Mountain is the highest peak at 4, m, 14, ft. Ghats The Western Ghats is a mountain range along the western side of India with an average elevation around 1, m, 3, ft. The Eastern Ghats is a range of mountains along India's eastern coast. The highest point is Jindhagada Peak at 1, m 5, ft. Himalayas The Himalayas, a huge mountain range immediately at the north of the Indian subcontinent, is the world's highest mountain range, and home to the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest at 8, m 29, ft , and K2 at 8, m 28, feet above sea level.

List of mountain ranges in Asia

Pamirs | mountain region, Asia | Britannica

Mountain ranges are basically series of mountains within one line connected to one another through high grounds. There are some of the most unique mountain ranges in the world — you may have heard some of them, like The Himalaya or the Pamir. Of course, each range has its own specialty and signature characteristics. What are they?

Mountain Ranges of Asia - Landforms of Asia, Lakes, Rivers and Deserts of Asia - Worldatlas.com

All rights reserved. Fly in a jet over Mount Everest , and you will soar over a sea of jagged white peaks stretching endlessly to the horizon. Earlier this year, the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development published the most comprehensive analysis to date of how climate change will affect the glaciers of the Himalaya, Hindu Kush, Karakoram, and Pamir mountains, which together form an arc across Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Myanmar.
The Namib Sand Sea in Namibia was also honoured for the first time with an inscription to the natural site list as the only coastal desert in the world that includes extensive dune fields influenced by fog. In India, the UN committee included six forts in Chittorgarh; Kumbhalgarh; Sawai Madhopur; Jhalawar; Jaipur, and Jaisalmer representing the power of the Rajput princely states dating between the 8th and 18th centuries. The sites include temples and other sacred buildings, as well as a water harvesting structure. On the border between Poland and Ukraine, the UN agency today bestowed the World Heritage honour on 16 wooden churches known as tserkvas build of horizontal wooden logs between the 16th and 18th centuries by communities of the Eastern Orthodox and Greek Catholic faiths.