|Elevation||4,725 m (15,502 ft)|
|Location||Poonch district, Jammu and Kashmir, India|
|Parent range||Pirpanjal Range, Himalayas|
|First ascent||1888 Aurel Stein (1901 by C.E. Barton, Dr Ernest Neve)|
|Easiest route||North Ridge: glacier/snow/ice climb|
Tatakooti Peak or Tatakuti is a mountain with a peak elevation of 4,725 metres (15,502 ft), in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. The highest peak of this massif is Sunset Peak at 15,568 ft (4,745 metres). Tatakooti along with Sunset Peak lies in the west of The Vale of Kashmir. It is located 40 km west of Shopian town, 105 km southwest of Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir.
Early exploration of the Pirpanjal Range was carried by Thomas Montgomerie and Godwin Austen in 1856. The first ascent of the summit was made in 1901 by C. E. Barton and Dr Ernest Neve, British mountaineers. They took the route via Yusmarg Konsar Nag and climbed the summit via the north face.
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