Another feat of Kashif was Sarbaz Khan who climbed the Makalu peak of Nepal
Pakistani mountaineer Sarbaz Khan from Gilgit-Baltistan and Shahrooz Kashif from Lahore climbed Nepal’s 8,000-meter-long and the world’s fifth highest peak, Mount Makalu.
Alpine Club of Pakistan Secretary Qarar Haidari said that 20-year-old Shahrooz Kashif has reached the highest peak of Mount Macau, which has a total height of 8,485 meters.
Shahrooz Kashif has become the first climber in the world to climb the fifth highest peak, covering a distance of three to eight thousand in 23 days.
Achievements of Shahrooz Kashif
At the age of 11, Shahrooz Kashif climbed the 3,885-meter-high spider’s web.
At the age of 12, he climbed the 4,080 km high Musa Mosque.
At the age of 12, he climbed the 4,600-kilometer peak of Cambra.
At the age of 13, Mangalak climbed the 6,050 km high peak of Sir Shamshal.
At the age of 14, Shahrooz Kashif reached an altitude of 5,585 km from K2 Ganduguru La K2 camp.
At the age of 15, he reached an altitude of 5,890 meters.
At the age of 17, he completed the goal of 8,047 meters long Broad Pack.
The 18-year-old climbed the Kohsar Gang Alpine style at an altitude of 6,050 meters.
At the age of 19, he climbed the 8,849-meter-high Mount Everest.
In just 19 years, Shahrooz Kashif reached the height of 8,611 meters of K2.
In 19 years, he climbed the 8,163-meter-high peak of Manaslu.
At the age of 20, he climbed the 8,586-meter-high Kangchenjunga peak.
At the age of 20, he reached a height of 8,516 meters
At the age of 20, he has reached a height of 8,463 meters.
According to Alpine Club Pakistan, Sarbaz Khan was one minute behind Shahrooz Kashif and the two climbers reached the summit of Mount Macau at 8 am local time and hoisted the Pakistani flag.
Sarbaz Khan is now one of the world’s first 11 climbers and the first Pakistani to climb 14 mountains with an elevation of over 8,000.
Sarbaz Khan’s goal is to climb all the peaks of the world above 8000 meters.
Talking about the recent summit, expedition manager Saad Munawar said that the climbers had climbed in their usual way without the use of supplementary oxygen.
However, he said that in view of the demise of legendary mountaineer Ali Raza Sadpara, the celebration would not be celebrated with extravagance.
“We would like to name our success after Ali Raza Sadpara. All the recent successes have been made possible by senior climbers,” he said.
He said that he lit the candle at a time when there was nothing but darkness, and today the light of this candle has spread everywhere.