Shehroz Kashif Pakistan’s Youngest to conquer K2
A 19-year-old Pakistani has become the most youthful individual to remain on K2, the world’s second most elevated mountain, the Alpine Club of Pakistan said. Shehroz Kashif arrived at the 8,611 meter (28,251 foot) culmination at 8:10 am on Tuesday, says an unfamiliar news office.
Shehroz Kashif, who started moving in his initial youngsters, scaled the world’s twelfth most noteworthy mountain, 8,047-meter (26,400 foot) Broad Peak, at 17 years old. In May, he turned into the most youthful Pakistani to scale Mount Everest, the world’s most noteworthy mountain. He currently holds an extra record as the most youthful individual to have summitted the K2 and Everest.
A few of Pakistan’s most youthful climbers have been on K2 lately. Sajid Ali Sadpara, who in 2019 turned into the most youthful to climb K2 at 20 years old, was important for an endeavor there to discover the body of his dad, who disappeared alongside two different climbers in February.
The stunning accomplishment from shehroz Kashif, an occupant of Lahore, came around two months after he turned into the most youthful climber to culmination the world’s most elevated mountain, Mount Everest as a feature of the SST Expedition 2021.
An enthusiastic climber, Shehroze initially began moving at 11 years old, summiting the Makra Peak (3,885m). Continuing on from that point, he aced Musa ka Massalah (4,080m), matured 12, trailed by the Chembra Peak (4,600m).
This was trailed by Minglik Sar Shimshal (6,050m) at age 13, the K2 Gondogoro La K2 Base Camp (5,585m) at age 14 and Khurdopin Pass (5,890m) at age 15.
At 17 years old, he climbed Broad pinnacle (8,047m) acquiring the title ‘The Broad Boy’ and arrived at the pinnacle of Khusar Gang-Alpine Style (6,050m) at 18 years old.
At 19 years old, he vanquished Mount Everest, the world’s most elevated top at 8849m, becoming one of the most youthful in the nation to do as such.