ISLAMABAD: After reaching Mount Everest, 19-year-old Shahrooz Kashif became the youngest Pakistani to climb the world’s second highest peak, K2.
Is talking Geo News, His father Kashif Suleiman confirmed that Shahrooz Kashif successfully scaled 2 to 8-10 this morning and made history. He said that Shahrooz had started his journey towards K2 two weeks ago.
Her father added that the climber had reached 14,600 base camps on July 8.
Meanwhile, on Twitter, Alpine Adventure Guides also confirmed that the Pakistani team has successfully hoisted the national flag at the top of the K2. The tweet said that several teams including Kashif called K2.
Earlier, on May 11, Shiroz Kashif made history when he became the youngest climber to climb the world’s highest peak – Mount Everest.
Kashif was the fifth Pakistani to climb the peak at 5:05 a.m. this morning and became the youngest climber in the world.
At 8,849 meters, Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world.
According to sources, Kashif has also climbed Broad Peak (8,051 meters), the 12th highest mountain in the world.