A young climber from Pakistan has registered his name in the history after scaling Mount Lhotse, the world’s fourth highest peak, in Nepal.
Sarbaz Khan reached the 8,516-metre high summit at 9:47 am on Tuesday, the The Himalayan Times reports.
This morning #Hunza ‘s #SarbazKhan became the first #Pakistani climber to scale Mt #Lhotse 8516m, the world’s 4th highest peak located in #Nepal.
He has also climbed #k2 (8611m) n #NangaParbat (8126m) w/out using extra oxygen.#Mountaineering #Himalayas #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/Nwwj6LXjPu
— The Karakoram Club (@KarakoramClub) May 14, 2019
The young climber from Hunza’s Aliabad has previously climbed K2 (8,611m) and Nanga Parbat (8,126m) without using extra oxygen.
Khan achieved the feat along with a 12-member team of climbers. Likewise, Christina Flampouri has become the first Greece woman to climb the 8,516-meter high summit.
According to the Department of Tourism, over 92 climbers from 10 different teams have obtained climbing permits for Mt Lhotse this spring season.
List of submitters from May 14
- Sirbaz Khan-Pakistan
- Dawa Gyalje Sherpa-Rolwaling
- Kili Pemba Sherpa-Rolwaling
- Pemba Chote Sherpa-Thame
- Ang Jangbu Sherpa-Thame
- Dendi Sherpa-Solukhumbu
- Tamting Sherpa-Rolwaling
- Dawa Tenzing Sherpa-Rolwaling
- Gao Li- China
- Li Xiaolin- China
- Christina Flampouri-Greece
- Antonios Sykaris-Greece