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Shehroze becomes youngest mountaineer to climb Nanga Parbat

Sheroze Kashif is determined to climb all the peaks above 8,000 meters. (Photo: Dawn)

Pakistani mountaineer Sheroze Kashif has climbed the 8,126-meter peak of Nanga Parbat, the first time he has won a new title.

According to details, the youngest climber Sheroze Kashif, who has won several awards for his homeland, hoisted the green crescent flag on Nanga Parbat at around 8:45 am today.

In this regard, Shahrooz Kashif’s father Salman says that Shahrooz Kashif has committed to climbing all the 8,000 meters high peaks of the world, which makes a total of 14. Earlier, Kashif climbed two of the world’s highest peaks, including Mount Everest in Sri Lanka and K2 in Pakistan.

It may be recalled that earlier, the famous climber Sheroze Kashif had the honor of climbing another peak at an altitude of 8,000 meters, which was more than 8,500 meters.

The youngest climber Sheroze Kashif made history by waving the Pakistani flag on the 8516-meter high peak 2 months ago today. Sheroze Kashif’s father Salman Kashif also confirmed this.

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