Himachal Pradesh is a mountainous state in North India. From the green hills of the Shivaliks to the cold desert Spiti valley, the state has some of the most beautiful landscapes you can see in the world. The highest peak of the Himachal Pradesh Himalayas is Reo Purgyil which has an elevation of 6,816 meters. The peak is located in the Kinnaur district.
The Great Himalayas in Himachal Pradesh do not rise as high as in other regions. No peak crosses the 7000-meter mark. Still, the peaks in Himachal Pradesh are higher as compared with the highest peaks of other major mountain ranges. This shows the scale of the Himalayas. For instance, the highest peak in the Alps is Mont Blanc which has an elevation of 4,805.59 meters, the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains is Mount Elbert which is 4,401 meters high.
Famous high peaks in Himachal Pradesh –
|Reo Purgyil||6,816 meters|
|Mount Gya||6,795 meters|
|Shilla peak||6,132 meters|
|Shrikhand Mahadev||5,227 meters|
|Hanuman Tibba||5,982 meters|
|Ninjeri peak||6,646 meters|
Highest peaks by Himalayan states in India
|Highest peak in Himachal Pradesh||Reo Purgyil (6,816 meters)|
|Highest peak in Uttarakhand||Nanda Devi (7,816 meters)|
|Highest peak in Sikkim||Kanchenjunga (8,586 meters)|
|Highest peak in Arunachal Pradesh||Kangto (7,060 meters)|
|HIghest Peak in Jammu and Kashmir/Ladakh||K2 (8,611 meters) (considering the disputed regions)|