The following news is from the Web Desk. Pakistani mountaineer, Sajid Sadpara, has accomplished a successful ascent of Nanga Parbat, the ninth-highest peak, without using supplementary oxygen.
The mountaineer, who had previously ascended the six highest peaks without supplemental oxygen, verified the accomplishment via his Twitter profile.
Sajid reported that his climb to the summit of the mountain, situated at an altitude of 8,126 meters, was part of the primary team’s objective to repair the ropes.
In May, Sajid achieved a remarkable feat by ascending Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, unassisted by Sherpas or supplemental oxygen.
The young climber successfully ascended the world’s highest peak without supplementary oxygen in pursuit of his late father Mohammad Ali Sadpara’s ambition. This achievement makes him the first Pakistani to do so.
Notably, Sajid, the son of the renowned mountaineer Ali Sadpara, intends to climb all 14 peaks over 8,000 meters in height without supplementary oxygen. The individual has successfully summited Manaslu (8,163m), K2 (8,611m), Gasherbrum-I (8,080m), and Gasherbrum-II (8,035m) in Pakistan unaided by supplemental oxygen.