Reo Purgyil, at times known as Leo Pargial and Leo Pargil, is a mountain top at the southern end of the Zanskar Range in the Western Himalaya zone of the Himalayas. It is situated on the Himachal Pradesh/Tibetan fringe in the Kinnaur locale of Himachal Pradesh, India.At 6,816 m Reo Purgyil is the most elevated mountain crest in the territory of Himachal Pradesh. Topographically the pinnacle is an arch structure and is a piece of an incredible massif that ascents over the Satluj River Sutlej and disregards the western valley of Tibet. The Spiti River, a correct hand tributary of the Satluj, channels the northern face of the massif. The most noteworthy pinnacle is regularly darkened by mists and is situated around 2 km toward the south of Peak 6791, a notable somewhat shorter twin with a tallness of 6,791 m. Pinnacle 6791 is generally alluded to as Leo Pargial and has adequate topographic noticeable quality to be named a mountain in its own particular right. Nako town is situated on the inclines of the mountain, near the India-Tibet fringe.