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Comments[edit] (talk) 16:22, 7 March 2009 (UTC)Tirich mir is the highest peak of hindu kush range.It's height is almost 7690 meters.It remains full of snow through out the year.the local people believe that tirich mir is the home of fairies and I heard so many stories about fairies, and my mother also used to tell me these kinds of astonished stories.[reply]


The Norwegian climber linked here turns up a Philosopher with nothing in his biography about climbing mountains.

It seems quite clear, it says "He was a noted mountaineer, who in 1950 led the expedition that made the first ascent of Tirich Mir (7,708 m)." Sminthopsis84 (talk) 18:30, 14 November 2014 (UTC)[reply]

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Nonsense sentence[edit]

"It is the closest mountain to Aconcagua which is higher than Aconcagua, and thus determines Aconcagua's topographic isolation." This sentence is meaningless. If we are referring to the antipode of Aconcagua, just say so clearly. (talk) 18:53, 18 October 2022 (UTC)[reply]

Follow the link to topographic isolation and see if that helps. Markamisix (talk) 04:37, 9 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]