|Elevation||7,128 m (23,386 ft)|
|Location||Tibet, China / Sikkim, India|
Paohanli Peak or Paunhuri (simplified Chinese: 泡罕里峰; traditional Chinese: 泡罕里峰 ; Standard Tibetan: ???，is a 7,128-metre-high (23,386 ft) peak at the border of Zarkang, Yadong County, Tibet (China) and Sikkim (India). From the north to the south, near Paohanli Peak there are four peaks with an altitude of over 6,500 m (21,325 ft): Molayi, Tovhenyolu, Qijolabje and Kanchangbinshong.
- "泡罕里山（7126米）". 中国西藏网. 4 January 2004. Retrieved 13 July 2013.
- "Qomo Lhari Peak(7,3l4m) and Paohanli Peak(7,126m)". China Tibet Information Center. 4 February 2004. Retrieved 13 July 2013.
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