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Samina Baig becomes 1st Pakistani woman to summit K2

In the last 75 years, no Pakistani woman has reached the top of K-2, Samina Baig has also achieved this honor. (Photo: Dawn)

SKARDU: Pakistan’s first woman mountaineer Samina Baig has scaled the country’s first and the world’s second highest peak.

According to the details, Samina Baig, the country’s first woman mountaineer, hoisted the green crescent flag on the tow at 8 o’clock this morning, after which Samina Baig became the first Pakistani woman mountaineer to climb the tower.

Two of the world’s second highest peak is considered a difficult target from the point of view of mountaineering along with their height, during which many climbers from different countries including Pakistan have lost their lives.

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Samina Baig is the only Pakistani woman mountaineer in the 7-member Pakistani expedition team that summited the toe this morning. 

It should be noted that Samina Baig opened her eyes in the lap of mountains. He belongs to a village in Gilgit-Baltistan that is cut off from the outside world. He also climbed Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, at the age of 21.

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