- Pakistan’s Ali Sadpara successfully tops the world’s second highest mountain in 2 of 8,611 meters
- Sadpara and Icelandic climber John Sunori announced the K2 Winter Campaign 2021, their bid failed in January due to the weather
- The Pakistani climber and his team left for their journey late Wednesday, a day after their birthday.
Pakistan’s Muhammad Ali Sadpara has emerged victorious in the K2 Winter Campaign 2021, which he announced for the first time after a failed attempt with Icelandic climber Jan Sunori.
Sadpara and his team, including Sunori, successfully climbed 8,611m2 – the world’s second highest mountain – and set off for their journey late Wednesday, a day after their birthday.
As he left, he told fans and fans to “keep us in their prayers.” After that, whenever the Wi-Fi signal works, they provide updates on their Twitter account.
Last night, his team left for the final bidding with a climber, who said it could take 14 hours to reach the summit.
Earlier today, it was reported that a foreign climber was killed in an avalanche as there were Pakistani and foreign climbers for the purpose of today’s two summits. Sources said that after the team’s rope broke, he disappeared in Snow Skillide as he was returning from Camp Three.
The Pakistani climber provided the latest information from time to time throughout the day, urging the media to be more responsible and in the evening said that if a member of the team, Sajid, failed to reach the peak “due to a malfunction in the oxygen regulator”. Reached “C3”.
“I had just contacted Sajid on C3. He went out to check if he had any clues. He did not have any. [seen] “Any light or any movement,” Sadpara wrote on Friday night.
“He has food, a sleeping bag and he is holding it tightly. We will publish it as soon as he informs us.”
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