Pik BAM is a mountain in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia. It reaches 3,072 metres (10,079 ft) above sea level. It was named after the Baikal Amur Mainline railway, which passes south of it. It is the highest summit of the Kodar Range and the Stanovoye Highlands. The nearest town is Novaya Chara.
By elevation Pik BAM is
# 1 out of 838 in Zabaykalsky Krai # 1 out of 32 in Kalarsky District # 1 out of 314 in the Yablonovyy Range
By prominence Pik BAM is
# 1 out of 838 in Zabaykalsky Krai # 1 out of 32 in Kalarsky District # 13 out of 24823 in Russia # 1 out of 314 in the Yablonovyy Range
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