The Wakhan Corridor is a narrow strip of land that connects Afghanistan to China. It is located in the far northeast of Afghanistan, bordering Tajikistan to the north, China to the east, Pakistan to the south, and the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region of Tajikistan to the west.
The Wakhan Corridor is a remote and mountainous region. The highest peak in the Wakhan Corridor is Mount Imeon, which is 7,105 meters (23,300 feet) tall. The Wakhan Corridor is 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 Wakhan Corridor is a popular destination for hikers and mountaineers. The region is also home to a number of historical and cultural sites, including the Wakhan Fort, which was built in the 17th century.