5-member workforce of Nepali Sherpas summits K2


Nepali Sherpa, Pasdawa Sherpa. —offered by the reporter
  • Pasdawa Sherpa turned the quickest to summit prime 5 8000m peaks.
  • Pasdawa can be guiding Norwegian climber Kristin Harila. 
  • Two Pakistani ladies – Naila Kiani and Samina Baig – are additionally amongst them.

Karachi: A five-member workforce of Nepali Sherpas made the primary summit of world’s 2nd highest mountain K2 at 8611m late on Thursday night time. They had been a part of the rope fixing workforce who reached the highest to clear the route for remainder of the climbers to push for his or her summit.

Summiters embrace Pasdawa Sherpa, Chhiring Namgyal, Siddhi Ghising, Dorjee Gyelzen Sherpa and Rinji Sherpa.

They reached the highest of K2 after struggling towards excessive wind and excessive snow circumstances on increased space of the mountain.

Expedition organizers 8K summits confirmed the summit by rope-fixing workforce.

Karrar Haideri, the secretary of Alpine Membership of Pakistan, added that the workforce reached on prime at 10:44PKT

Reaching atop K2, the workforce member Pasdawa Sherpa created historical past and have become the quickest climber to summit prime 5 800m peak.

“New world file and historical past has been created in mountaineering historical past. Pasdawa Sherpa turned the quickest to summit prime 5 8000m peaks (Everest, K2, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse and Makalu) and Quickest to summit prime three 8000ers(Everets, K2 and Kanchenjunga) inside 69 days summiting Mt. K2 right this moment on 21 July at 22:44pm (Pakistan Time). Earlier file was 70 days,” mentioned an announcement by 8K summit.

“It has been very powerful and difficult climate situation, three days repeatedly labored and eventually the duty has been efficiently finished,” it added.

Pasdawa can be guiding Norwegian climber Kristin Harila. 36-year-old Kristin is focusing on world file of the primary girl in historical past and the second particular person to climb all 14 peaks above eight,000m in simply six months.

With the rope fixing workforce reaching the highest of K2, the route is now cleared for remainder of the climbers to push for his or her last summit who had been ready at Camp4 as their progress was earlier delayed as a result of dangerous climate and delay in rope fixing.

Quickly after the event, different climbers ready at Camp four of K2 began their last summit push and at the moment are more likely to full their summits by Friday morning.

Two Pakistani ladies – Naila Kiani and Samina Baig – are additionally amongst them. Each are eying to create historical past to turn out to be first ladies from Pakistan to summit K2. They might attain the highest collectively.

Naila confirmed to Geo Information that she has began her last summit push together with Sohail Sakhi and Sirbaz Ali. Wajid Nagri and Samina Baig had additionally began last summit push.

Samina Baig’s workforce knowledgeable that she began her summit push at round 9:30PKT. Wajid Nagri’s workforce additionally confirmed his summit push saying that they’re more likely to attain on prime in 14 hours.

Earlier, the delay in rope fixing and excessive climate circumstances had pressured few climbers to abort their summit plans and wait for one more window.

There are additionally reviews of a loss of life of an Afghan climber at K2 Camp3 as a result of high-altitude illness however there was no affirmation from official sources.

In the meantime, Nepal’s well-known climber Sanu Sherpa has achieved a singular feat of scaling all 14 eight thousanders twice.

47 12 months outdated Sanu Sherpa stood atop 8035m world’s 13th highest peak GII in Pakistan at round eight:17am on Thursday morning finishing his double ascent of the 14th 8000er.

He has summitted mount Everest for 7 occasions, Manaslu, Nanga Parbat and Lhotse for thrice every and different prime peaks twice every in his profession.

There was additionally a SOS name by a French climber from Broad Peak who mentioned to be was caught after being unwell. Native administrations had been making preparations to rescue her.



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