The Pamirs are a unique high mountain complex located primarily in Tajikistan. The region is sometimes referred to as the Pamir Knot, as it is the central hub from which the following five great ranges of Asia extend: Himalaya - extending southeast Karakoram - extending southeast Hindu Kush - extending southwest Tian Shan - extending northeast Kunlun Shan - extending east Heavy snowfall and large glaciers accompany the high peaks in the Pamirs, and narrow glacier-fed lakes nestle in many of the valleys. Generally, however, the range below snowline receives minimal precipitation, and desert conditions prevail.
Peaks of Pamir
Check out any of the following peaks for additional information:
- Chim Targa - 18002 ft./5487 m.
- Kholodnaja Stena - 19511 ft./5947 m.
- Myra I - 16240 ft./4950 m.
- Myra Ii - 4750 ft./1448 m.
- Peak 19th Party Conference - 5885 ft./1794 m.
- Peak Frunze - 19048 ft./5806 m.
- Petrovskij Pik - 15420 ft./4700 m.
- Pik Imeni Ismail Samani - 24590 ft./7495 m.
- Pik Karl Marx - 22057 ft./6723 m.
- Pik Korjenevskaya - 23310 ft./7105 m.
- Pik Lenin - 23406 ft./7134 m.
- Pik Marshal Zhukov - 22447 ft./6842 m.
- Pik Revolution - 22769 ft./6940 m.
- Zamok - 16634 ft./5070 m.