Pik Dankova is a mountain in Kyrgyzstan with an elevation of 5982 metres (19626 ft) in the Tian Shan. The peak is located in a remote highly glaciated region with numerous craggy rides close to the state border with China. Having a prominence of 2673 metres (8770 ft) it is one of the most prominent mountains in the country.
The etymology of the name is unknown. According to one version the mountain was named after one of the military topographers who explored this area in 1910. Up until the Soviet collapse the whole region was prohibited for tourism, only state border control was allowed there. Now, the expeditions to the region are becoming more popular.
By elevation Pik Dankova is
# 1 out of 220 in Naryn Region # 24 out of 1137 in Kyrgyzstan # 20 out of 2134 in the Tian Shan
By prominence Pik Dankova is
# 1 out of 220 in Naryn Region # 2 out of 1137 in Kyrgyzstan # 7 out of 2134 in the Tian Shan
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