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|Range Name(s):||Kunlun Mountains, Куньлу́нь, Кунь-Лунь, Куэнь-Лунь; 昆仑山脉, كۇئېنلۇن تاغ تىزمىسى, ཁུ་ནུ་རི་རྒྱུད།, Лунные горы, 昆仑山; 崑崙山; Kūnlún Shān, Hundlun... Read more||Geology:||Tectonic, Volcanic|
|Max. Elevation:||7 167 m / 23 514 ft||Snow Line:||Please update|
|Region(s):||Asia||Average Length:||1 553 miles / 2 500 km|
|Location:||China: Qinghai Sheng, Tibet Autonomous Region, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu;||Average Width:||150-600 miles / 93-373 km|
|Activity Type:||Please update||Latitude/Longitude:||Please update|
|Parent Range:||Please update||Nearest Airport(s):||Please update|
|National Park(s):||Please update||Convenience Center(s):||Please update|
• Often ranges Kongur Shan and situated north Muztagh Ata are considered as parts of Kunlun mountain range, are despite the fact that they are geographically closer to the Pamirs. In such a case, the highest point of the Kunlun is not Aksai Chin (Liushishi Shang) 7167 m, but Kongur Tagh (7,649 m and 7719 according to other sources)
• Over 70 volcanic cones form the Kunlun Volcanic Group, but they are not volcanic mountains. As such, they are not counted among the world volcanic mountain peaks. The group, however, musters the heights of 5,808 metres (19,055 ft) above sea level. If they were considered volcanic mountains, they would constitute the highest volcano in Asia and China and second highest in the Eastern Hemisphere (after Mount Kilimanjaro) and one of Volcanic Seven Summits by elevation. But still - mount Damavand is the highest volcano in Asia, not the Kunlun cones. The last known eruption in the volcanic group was on May 27, 1951.... Read more
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