Chakragil (or Chagragil, Chakar Aghil, Kingata Tagh [or Kingata Tagh II, see below]) is a major mountain in Xinjiang, China. It is located about southwest of Kashgar, about due north of Muztagh Ata, and northwest of Kongur. It is in the subrange known as the Kingata Shan, at the extreme northwest end of the Kunlun Mountains, near the Pamir Mountains, and is sometimes considered part of the latter. The Gez River flows just south of the mountain.
Due to its remote location, Chakragil is a little-visited peak. It was attempted by the famed mountaineering pair of Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman in September, 1948. However they only reached a height of about . On September 1, 1988, Japanese leader Misao Hirano, together with Minoru Hachisu and Kenji Nakayama, made the first ascent of the mountain. The peak was climbed again in 2000 by Mark Newcomb, alone, via the west ridge. The Himalayan Index lists no other ascents or attempts.
Names of peaks and ranges in this area are often uncertain. Chakragil is one of the peaks in the Kingata Shan, but it is unclear which of these peaks it should be identified with. For the purposes of this article (in particular the topographic prominence value), we are treating Chakragil as identical with Kingata Tagh, the highest peak of the Kingata Shan. If this identification is incorrect (in particular, Chakragil may actually be Kingata Tagh II), it is unclear what peak(s) were climbed in 1988 and 2001, and it is unclear whether Kingata Tagh has been climbed.