|Height||4803 m (15757 ft)|
The Shah Aqa Tus Ghar is a mountain in central Afghanistan.
The Shah Aqa Tus Ghar is situated on the provincial border between Daikondi the west and Ghazni in the east. The mountain is at a height of 4803 meters the highest peak of the two provinces. It is located 127 km west of the provincial capital of Ghazni. Its eastern flank is from Jikhai, a left tributary of Helmund, dehydrated. The western flank is drained directly to Helmund out the runs northwest of the mountain range