Shahruz Kashif, a young Pakistani mountaineer, rewrote record books.

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Pakistani mountaineer Shahrooz Kashif

ISLAMABAD: 19-year-old Shahrooz Kashif became the youngest Pakistani climber to climb the world’s eighth highest peak Manslo on Saturday morning.

Earlier, Kashif had made history by climbing Mount Everest, K2 and other high mountains at such a young age.

Shahrooz Kashif Scaling Manslow
Shahrooz Kashif Scaling Manslow

Shahrooz Kashif reached the top of Manslo, also known as Koting, which is the eighth highest peak in the world at 8,163 meters above sea level this morning.

After scaling Manslow, Shahruz Kashif has become the world’s youngest climber to climb three mountains above 8,000 meters in just five months.

Talking to reporters, his father Kashif Suleiman confirmed that Shahrooz Kashif has successfully scaled Manslu. He said that Kashif was fully fit and would return to the base camp in two days.

Meanwhile, Punjab Sports Minister Rai Timur Khan congratulated Shahruz Kashif on climbing the world’s eighth highest mountain and making the nation proud. The Minister said that Shahrooz Kashif has set an unparalleled example of bravery at such a young age.

On July 27, Shahrooz Kashif became the youngest Pakistani to reach the top of K2.



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