The pair Ahmed Uzair and Anum Uzair, who live in Lahore, have made history by being the first Pakistani couple to reach the top of Mount Manaslu, the eighth-highest mountain in the world, which is located in Nepal and is 8,163 metres above sea level.
According to Seven Summit Treks, the organisers of the trip, the adventurous couple, who were accompanied by a team of three Sherpas, reached this extraordinary milestone on a sunny Sunday. The accomplishment was verified by Seven Summit Treks.
“Congratulations to Ahmed and Anum Uzair who successfully climbed the eighth highest peak, Mt. Manaslu (8163m), this morning,” said Seven Summit Treks. “This morning.”
On Sunday, Seven Summit Treks announced in a post on the social networking website X that “They are the first Pakistani couple to achieve (climb 8,000m peak) this feat.”
The Pakistani mountaineer Shehroze Kashif, who had only recently reached the top of Manaslu, also sent his congratulations to the happy couple.
Kashif said in a post that he made on X, “Anum Uzair and Uzair Ahmed, from Lahore, reached the summit of Manaslu 8,163 (metres) this morning, becoming the first Pakistani couple atop any 8000er!” This is a genuinely exceptional accomplishment that demonstrates their enormous enthusiasm and devotion to doing things that are out of the ordinary!
On Thursday, mountaineers Naila Kiani and Sirbaz Khan were also successful in reaching the summit of Manaslu.