The best climber in Pakistan, Sajid Ali Sadpara, made history when he climbed the world’s biggest peak, Mount Everest (8848m), without using supplemental oxygen or a guide.
“This is a great accomplishment for the climber Sadpara. Karrar Haidri, head of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, told APP that the way he climbs mountains is amazing.
Sadpara also used his Twitter account to talk about what he had done. “History has been made because I am the first Pakistani to reach the top of Everest by myself, without extra oxygen or a sherpa,” he said.
Sadapra, who is the son of the late Ali Sadpara, who climbed eight of the world’s 14 mountains higher than 8,000 metres, said it was his father’s dream for the country. Ali Sadpara, a famous person who had not been seen since 2021, was found dead.
Naila Kiani climbed Mt. Everest on Sunday, she became the first Pakistani woman to reach the top of five peaks that are over 8,000m high.
Haidri said, “She reached the top at 8:02 a.m.”
Kiani is a mother of two and works as a banker in Dubai. She is also an amateur boxer. After pictures of her wedding shoot at K2 Base Camp in 2018 went viral on social media, she first became well-known. She reached the top of Gasherbrum-II (8,035 metres), Gasherbrum-I (8,068 metres), K2 (8611 metres) in July 2022, and Annapurna (8,091 metres) in 2023. She climbed K2, the second highest mountain in the world, not long after Samina Baig, the first Pakistani woman to do so.
Nadia Azad, a British-Pakistani climber who is part of Imagine Nepal’s Annapurna Expedition Team, was also able to reach the top of Everest on Sunday.
Haidri said, “She reached the peak at 11:10 this morning.”
This is Nadia’s second climb of an 8,000m peak. In April, she climbed Annapurna.
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She has now set her sights on Lhotse, the next mountain she wants to climb. She also wants to go climbing in June and July to climb the country’s five 8,000m peaks.