LAHORE: Pakistan’s youngest climber Shahrooz Kashif, who topped K2, the world’s second highest peak, has also climbed the world’s eighth highest peak, Manaslu, with another award.
19-year-old Shahrooz Kashif, the world’s youngest climber, continues to excel in mountaineering.
The young man from Lahore, the capital of Punjab province, has also earned the honor of climbing the world’s eighth highest peak, Manaslu.
Thus, Shahrooz Kashif has become the youngest climber to climb three peaks in five months.
After receiving this award, the young climber has expressed great happiness over his success.
It should be noted that Manaslu is the eighth largest peak in the world in Nepal.
It may be recalled that in July this year, at the age of 19, Shahrooz Kashif reached the second highest and most difficult peak of the world at a height of 8611 meters and became the youngest climber in the world to climb this peak. The honor was won.
Two months earlier, he had the distinction of being the youngest Pakistani to climb the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.