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The twin peaks of Ulugh Muztagh. The southern peak, which is the highest is 6973m and was first climbed in 1985 by a Sino-American expedition. The northern sub-peak measures 6925m and was unclimbed until a Russian-Finnish expedition finally summited it in 2003.
Ulugh Muztagh is by many considered to be the most remote peak in the world.