How Long Wide and High Is the Khyber Pass?


The Khyber Pass is a mountain pass linking Afghanistan and Pakistan, spiteful through the northeastern part of the Spin Ghar Highlands. It has been a significant trade way amid Central Asia and South Asia and a strategic military place. The Khyber Pass is 53-kilometers long, and at its narrowest point, the pass is only 3 meters wide. It has altitude of 1,070 m or 3,510 ft.
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1,072 m/3,517 ft.
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Khyber Pass is a mountain bypass that connects Afghanistan and Pakistan. It cuts through the north-eastern part of Spin Ghar Mountains, stretching at 53 kilometres with an altitude of 1,070 meters and about three meters wide.
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