Miar Glacier is a glacier that forms in the north of Miar Peak in Hoper Valley in Nagar, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. It is a major component of the Barpu Glacier.
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FeaturedRush LakeÂ (Urdu:Â Ø±Ø´ Ø¬Ú¾ÛÙâ) is a high altitudeÂ lakeÂ located inÂ Nagar Valley,Â Gilgit-Baltistan,Â PakistanÂ nearÂ Rush Pari Peak, 5,098Â m (16,726Â ft). At 4,694 meters, Rush is one of the highestÂ alpine lakesÂ in the world. It is located about 15Â km (9Â mi) north ofÂ Miar PeakÂ andÂ SpantikÂ (Golden Peak), which are in theÂ Nagar Valley.Â It is the highest lake inÂ PakistanÂ and 25th highest lake in the world. Rush Lake andÂ Rush PeakÂ is reached viaÂ NagarÂ andÂ Hopar ValleyÂ via the Hopar Read more...
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