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List of glaciers of Pakistan

Following is list of glaciers of Pakistan:[1]

A

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B

H

L

M

P

R

S

  • Sachiokuh Glacier
  • Sarpo Laggo Glacier
  • Shaigri Glacier
  • Shandar Glacier
  • Shani Glacier
  • Shireen Maidan Glacier
  • Shishpar Glacier
  • Shuijerab Glacier
  • Shutwerth Glacier
  • Silkiang Glacier
  • Sim Glacier
  • Siru Glacier
  • Skora La Glacier
  • Sokha Glacier
  • South Barum Glacier
  • Sovoia Glacier
  • Stokpa Lungma Glacier
  • Sumayar Bar Glacier

T

  • Tarashing Glacier
  • Thalo Glacier
  • Thui Glacier
  • Toltar Glacier
  • Toshain Glacier
  • Trango Glacier
  • Trivor Glacier
  • Tsarak Tsa Glacier

U

  • Udren Glacier
  • Uli Biaho Glacier
  • Ultar Glacier
  • Upper Khurdopin Glacier
  • Upper Tirich Glacier

V

W

  • West Vigne Glacier
  • Wyeen Glacier

Y

  • Yermanendu Glacier
  • Yazghill Glacier
  • Yishkuk Glacier
  • Yukshgoz Glacier

Z

  • Zindikharam Glacier

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.angelfire.com/al/badela/Glaciers.html
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