Karachi: Pakistani mountaineer Sirbaz Ali Khan became the first Pakistani to climb 10 of the 14 highest peaks in the world at 8,000 meters on Saturday when he successfully climbed the 8,586-meter-high Kanchan Janga, the third. The flag of Pakistan was hoisted at the highest peak. For the second time in three days.
According to Alpine Club of Pakistan officials, the 32-year-old soldier, who hails from Hunza, started pushing towards the peak last night and peaked around 7 am Pakistan time on Saturday.
He announced his arrival in 2017 with his off-season peak of Nanga Parbat, climbing 8,125 meters high mountain.
The following year it climbed the 8,611-meter-high K-2, followed by the Broad Peak at 8,047, Mount Lhotse, the world’s fourth-highest mountain at 8,516 meters in Nepal, without any extra oxygen, and 8,163. Meter headed to Manas. In 2019
After staying home from an epidemic in 2020, he re-packed his bag to continue his mission 8 × 14000 in 2021 and climbed Mount Everest, 8,091 meters high, Mount Everest 8,848 meters high, 8,035 meters high, and II. Gasherbrum nodded. 8167 m tall laundry.
Soldiers want to be the first Pakistani to climb all 14 of the world’s highest peaks. The goal is to climb Macaulay this month and the G1 at the end of the summer. After which, they will decide the ascent dates to Chou Oyo and Shishapangma.
His summit manager Saad Munawar added that while contacting the summit, Sarbaz thanked the entire nation for their support and asked for prayers for his safe return.