Mountain Ranges of Jammu and Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir is home to some of the most beautiful mountain ranges in India. In this blog, we will be looking at the mountain ranges of Jammu and Kashmir which is an important topic for the General knowledge section of JK exams.
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Mountain Ranges of Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir have the following mountain ranges:
- Nun-Kun Range
- Karakoram Range
- Pir Panjal Range
- Zanskar Range
Nun Kun Range
The Nun Kun range is one of the most popular mountain ranges in the UT of J&K. It consists of three mountain peaks which are Nun which is 7135 meters in height, Kun which is 7077 meters in height and the Pinnacle peak which is 6930 meters in height.
The Karakoram Range is the second highest mountain range in the world. It starts from Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan and passes through Gilgit-Baltistan which is in Pakistan and finally crosses over Ladakh in India and Aksai Chin in China.
Zanskar Range is a mountain range in the union territory of Ladakh that separates Zanskar from Ladakh. The Ladakh region ends in Zoji La Pass and the Kashmir valley starts from there. Another famous pass in this mountain range is the Poat Pass. The average height of the Zanskar Range is 6000 meters.
Pir Panjal Mountain Range
The Pir Panjal Mountain range is a part of the Lesser Himalayas. It is spread across the Indian state Himachal Pradesh and UT of J&K to the Azad Kashmir and Punjab areas of Pakistan.
The Pir Panjal range peaks have an average height of 1400 meters to 4100 meters. It is the largest range in the Lesser Himalayas.
The Afarwat range consists of the Afarwat or Apharwat peak which is situated in Gulmarg valley. The height of the Afarwat peak is 4390 meters and from this peak the famous Alpathar spring lies and from which the Nullah Nangal flows into Lake Wullar.
The Toshmaidan range consists of Toshmaidan and Kajinag peaks and is a part of the Inner Himalayas. These peaks are always snow filled and during summer the ice melts and flows into the Jhelum River.
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