- Pakistani climbers add one other feather to their caps.
- Mountaineers Sirbaz Ali and Shehroze Kashif summit Mt Makalu in Nepal, the fifth highest peak on the planet.
- They achieved the feat earlier as we speak.
KARACHI: Pakistan’s mountaineers Sirbaz Ali and Shehroze Kashif achieved one other landmark on Saturday morning when the duo summited Mt Makalu in Nepal, the fifth highest peak on the planet.
They reached the summit high at round 7:00am PKT after beginning the ultimate summit push on Friday night.
With this feat, Shehroze Kashif has turn into the youngest mountaineer on the planet to summit the highest 5 peaks, in addition to the third Pakistani to summit 7 of 14 eight-thousanders of the world.
Shehroze despatched two small messages in satellite tv for pc communication from the highest on Saturday morning “high” and “mission accomplished”, saying the success of his go to to Nepal in a report model.
He had earlier summited Kanchenjunga and Lhotse as properly and have become the one Pakistani to summit three again to again Eight-thousanders within the span of simply 23 days.
Referred to as “broad boy”, the 20-year-old mountaineer has beforehand summited Mount Everest, K2, Manaslu and Broad Peak.
Confirming Shehroze’s summit, Karar Haideri, the secretary of the Alpine Membership of Pakistan stated that “as we speak 28 Could 2022 at 6:56 a.m. PST, Shehroze Kashif has summited Makalu 8463m – fifth highest mountain on the planet.”
One other mountaineer from Pakistan to achieve the Makalu summit was 33-year-old Sirbaz Ali Khan, with this he grew to become the primary Pakistani to summit 11 out of 14 peaks above Eight,000m on the planet.
His summit supervisor Saad Munawar stated that Sirbaz reached the highest at round 7:00am PKT. He additionally introduced to dedicate the summit to “Appo Ali”, mountaineer Ali Raza Sadpara who handed away yesterday after succumbing to his damage.
He additionally confirmed that Sirbaz summited Makalu with out utilizing supplementary oxygen.