Two Pakistani mountaineers, Naila Kiani and Samina Baig are focusing to become the first Pakistani women to summit the second highest crest in the world. Naila Kiani has confirmed through satellite communication that she had reached the camp on K2 and will move to another destination on Wednesday (today). Kiana informed, Samina is ahead of her destination at camp 3.
Moreover, she said whoever reaches summit of K2 will be an honor for the entire Pakistan. Naila is along with Sirbaz Ali and Wajid Nagri.
Other than a young newcomer, Eisha Sajid a 16-year-old has also started her journey for Broad Peak. Sajid said she is a bit nervous but more excited to reach. She said she has just crossed a minor challenge and yet a real challenge has to come.
If Eisha manages to summit Broad Peak the 12th mountain in the world, she will outclass Shehroze Kashif’s record of being the youngest climber. He was 17 when he summited an eight-thousander mountain in 2019, in Pakistan. Eisha is being mentored by Sajid Sadpara, son of Ali Sadpara, the great high-altitude mountaineer.
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