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Shehroze Kashif becomes the youngest mountaineer to scale Nanga Parbat

Shehroze Kashif aims to become the youngest mountaineer in the world to summit all the highest 14 peaks in the world.

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Pakistani mountaineer Shehroze Kashif has become the youngest mountaineer to summit Nanga Parbat. Nanga Parbat is the 9th highest mountain peak in the world and is included in the world’s 14 8000-ers peaks. Nanga Parbat scales up to 8,126 metres.

Kashif is also the youngest mountaineer in Pakistan. The young mountaineer is on the record to scale the 14 highest peaks in the world. He earlier summited K2 in Pakistan. He also scaled Everest, Kangchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Manaslu. He also scaled Broad Peak located in Pakistan.

Shehroze Kashif aims to become the youngest mountaineer in the world to summit all the highest 14 peaks in the world. He intends to summit five more peaks this year. But he fears he will not be able to reach his goal due to a lack of support from the government.

In his next plan, he aims to summit Gasherbrum I and Gasherbrum II. Last year, Shehroze Kashif made history as he became the youngest mountaineer in the world to summit K2, the world’s second-highest peak on Tuesday, 27th July 2021.

He made a social media post and informed his followers of his remarkable feat. Kashif said he hoisted Pakistan’s flag on K2 peak. “Pakistani team has successfully waved Green Flag on the top of Mighty K2. Multiple teams summit K2 including Kashif. Many Many Congratulations to the whole team”, Alpine Adventure Guides also shared a post today.

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Last year, he scaled Back in May, he scaled Mount Everest, becoming the youngest ever Pakistani to climb the world’s tallest peak. Hailing from northeastern Lahore city, Kashif is only the sixth Pakistani scale the Mount Everest. Among them, Samina Baig is the only woman climber to achieve this milestone in 2013.

Son of a local businessman, Kashif started climbing at the age of just 11, gradually scaling several peaks ranging from 3000 meters to 8000 meters before ascending Mount Everest.