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1 2050, 102 km
2 3165, 65 km
3 3510
4 3012, 69 km
5 3787, wrong
6 MONGOLIA
7 CHINA
8 Triple point, 4082
9 3724, 28 km
10 RUSSIA
11 3809, 32 km
12 3931, 11 km
13 3776, 29 km
14 2858, 98 km
15 3690, 28 km
16 3537
17 3089, 94 km
18 3471, 29 km
19 3309
20 3508, 12 km
21 2747, 130 km
22 2851, 49 km
23 3664, 07 km
24 3717, 21 km
25 3829, wrong
26 3597, 35 km
27 Unknown
28 3760
29 3835, 46 km
30 3522, 39 km
31 3425, 88 km
32 3520, 07 km
33 3214, 98 km
34 RUS-KAZ, 2519

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Location: Nairamdal (4117 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Mongolia      Date: 23-08-2011
This is a tele version of a part of N.9762.
20 vertical shots at 155 mm. equivalent to 232 mm, 1/250 sec, f/22.

Larger: goo.gl/EVmN3v

There is also a GPS track "Malchin and Nairamdal" www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=7179126 which, curiously, is rated as "best hiking trail in Russia" in spite of the detail of not being in Russia at all!

Comments

WHOW!
2017/04/15 08:00, Christoph Seger
Beautiful mountains 
But.. Are all of them unnamed?
2017/04/15 09:44, Konrad Sus
Most interesting.

Without the map I would not have known that Kazaakstan and Mongolia come so close without touching each other.
2017/04/15 11:41, Arne Rönsch
Konrad: yes, in these far-away regions namelessness seems to be the rule. On the other hand, think how many mountains there are in Asia...
Following the link to Google Photos and going with the right arrow to the next photo you find the rendering, demonstrating that there are few names and still many errors in the rendering. I have marked the main inconsistencies also in my description.
For this issue, you can read through the discussion under the original pano, with rich contributions especially by Heinz Höra. Only, you need to allow a whole afternoon for this task!

Arne: yes, the triple point between Nairamdal and Huithen could well be a quadruple point.
At 272° you find marked the border between Russia and Kazakhstan, down at the margin of the Ukok plateau. But, surprisingly enough, also the 130 km far mountain marked at 237° lies already within the Kazakh border, near Lake Markakol.
2017/04/15 12:04, Pedrotti Alberto
A majestic view!
Cheers, Danko.
2017/04/17 09:27, Danko Rihter
WHOW trifft es ganz gut, ein atemberaubendes Pano!
2017/04/17 22:35, Jens Vischer
Arctic impressions in the heart of Asia! KR Wilfried
2017/04/18 09:10, Wilfried Malz

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