Pakistani Climber SIRBAZ Khan Summits MT DHULAGIRI at Nepalese Time 5.30am 2021

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SIRBAZ Khan first Pakistani to climb nine of the world's highest 14 peaks-- each of which has a height of more than 8,000 meters--after he scaled the 8,167-meter-high Dhaulagiri mountain in Nepal, said Alpine club of Pakistan Secretary Karrar Haidri.

Pride of Pakistan SIRBAZ Khan has reached the summit of MT Dhaulagiri at 5.30am (Nepalese time) on 1st October 2021 and its first ever Pakistan to do so. He is also the first Pakistani to summit 9*8000m peaks in the world.

The 8000 summits are Everest, K2, Dhaulagiri, Lhotse, Nanga Parbat, Manaslu, G2, Annapurna, and Broad Peak. Communicating from the summit, SIRBAZ thanked the whole nation and asked for prayers for safe return.

SIRBAZ Khan first Pakistani to climb nine of the world’s highest 14 peaks– each of which has a height of more than 8,000 meters–after he scaled the 8,167-meter-high Dhaulagiri mountain in Nepal, said Alpine club of Pakistan Secretary Karrar Haidri.

SIRBAZ and 19-member ‘SST-Dhaulagiri I Expd. 2021 Autumn’ expedition organized by trekking company seven summits Trek.

According to seven Summit Trek officials, the climbers summited the world’s seventh highest peak on Friday morning at Nepalese Time 5.30am with SIRBAZ raising Pakistan’s National flag upon reaching the Mountain’s top.

Dhaulagiri, which forms part of the Himalayas mountain scale, is widely known as one of the solid peaks to climb due to its abrupt sides and bitterly cold climate.

As SIRBAZ accomplish the feat, congratulations poured in for him.

Sajid Ali Sadpara, the son of legendary mountaineer late Mohammad Ali Sadpara and a Climber himself, tweeted: Lots of Congratulations to Sirbaz Khan to Climbing Dhaulagiri. After climbing Daulaghiri he is first Pakistani to summit nine 8000 mountain.”

Before setting on the mission to summit Dhaulagiri earlier this month, he had said: “I am looking forward to his expedition and reaching closer to the dream of my mentor Ali Sadpara, who had the similar dream of scaling the 14 highest peaks, but tragically lost his life earlier this year during a winter expidtion on K-2.”

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