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Tibet and Central China

Range TypeBogus mountain grouping for this site
Highest PointGongga Shan (7556 m/24,790 ft)
CountriesChina (97%), Myanmar (2%), India (1%)
(numbers are approximate percentage of range area)
Area3,516,661 sq km / 1,357,784 sq mi
Area may include lowland areas
Extent2,168 km / 1,347 mi North-South
2,970 km / 1,846 mi East-West
Center Lat/Long33° 1' N; 91° 10' E
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Map of Tibet and Central China
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Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the Tibet and Central China.
AsiaLevel 1 (Parent)
         AnatoliaLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Levant RangesLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Zagros MountainsLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Iranian PlateauLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Arabian PeninsulaLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Central Asia RangesLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Tien ShanLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Tibet and Central ChinaLevel 2
                 KunlunLevel 3 (Child)
                 Altun ShanLevel 3 (Child)
                 Qilian ShanLevel 3 (Child)
                 Central Tibetan PlateauLevel 3 (Child)
                 Tanggula ShanLevel 3 (Child)
                 Gangdisi ShanmaiLevel 3 (Child)
                 Nyainqêntanglha ShanLevel 3 (Child)
                 Parallel Gorges AreaLevel 3 (Child)
                 West Sichuan RangesLevel 3 (Child)
         HimalayaLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Indian SubcontinentLevel 2 (Sibling)

Major Peaks of the Tibet and Central China

Ten Highest Peaks
RankPeak NamemftRange3
1.Gongga Shan755624,790West Sichuan Ranges
2.Gyala Peri729423,930Nyainqêntanglha Shan
3.Liushi Shan716723,514Kunlun
4.Nyainqêntanglha Feng716223,497Nyainqêntanglha Shan
5.Nyainqêntanglha Feng II711723,350Nyainqêntanglha Shan
6.Nyainqêntanglha Feng III711123,330Nyainqêntanglha Shan
7.Lunpo Gangri709523,278Gangdisi Shanmai
8.Qungmogangze704823,123Nyainqêntanglha Shan
9.Nyainqêntanglha Feng IV704623,117Nyainqêntanglha Shan
Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.
Child Range High Points
RankPeak NamemftRange3
1.Gongga Shan755624,790West Sichuan Ranges
2.Gyala Peri729423,930Nyainqêntanglha Shan
3.Liushi Shan716723,514Kunlun
4.Lunpo Gangri709523,278Gangdisi Shanmai
5.Shahi Kangri693422,749Central Tibetan Plateau
6.Purog Kangri692922,733Tanggula Shan
7.Bairiga688222,579Parallel Gorges Area
8.Ak Tag674822,139Altun Shan
9.Kangze'gyai580819,055Qilian Shan

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