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Hindu kush mountains on map

Sure, here is a map of the Hindu Kush mountains:

The Hindu Kush mountains are located in Central Asia, straddling the borders of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Tajikistan. The range extends for about 800 kilometers (500 miles) from the Pamir Mountains in the east to the Khyber Pass in the west.

The Hindu Kush mountains are a major watershed for the region, and they form the headwaters of many of the region’s major rivers, including the Indus, the Amu Darya, and the Helmand. The mountains are also home to a number of glaciers, including the Biafo Glacier, which is the second-longest glacier in the world outside of the polar regions.

The Hindu Kush mountains are a popular destination for mountaineers and hikers. The mountains are also home to a number of endangered species, including the snow leopard and the Marco Polo sheep.