Shehroze Kashif Becomes the Youngest to Summit World’s 2 Tallest Mountains
Nineteen-year-old Pakistani climber Shehroze Kashif effectively amassed K2 today to turn into the most youthful individual to summit the two most elevated mountains in the world. He reportedly lifted the flag of Pakistan at an elevation of 8,611 meters today at 8:10 a.m.
Alpine Adventure Guides shared the triumph post which peruses: “The Pakistani group has effectively lifted the Green Flag over Mighty K2. Multi-groups summit K2 including Kashif. Many Congratulations to the whole group “.
Kashif began moving at a young age and climbed Makra Peak (3,885 m) at 11 years old. He summed up Musa Ka Massalah (4,080 m) and Chembra Peak (4,600 m) at 12 years old, after which he called Mount Everest on May 6 this year.
The young fellow additionally estimated Manglik Sar Shimshal Peak, K2 Gondogoro La K2 Base Camp, Khurdopin Pass, and Broad Peak.
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