High Asia Herald Report
Pakistan’s youngest climber Shehroz Kashif and four climbers from Hushe Baltistan reached to the top of the second highest mountain of the world at 8:30am.
It was great day for mountaineering community on Monday when Pakistan’s youngest climber Shehroz Kashif and four climbers from Hushe, Baltistan, successfully did summit K-2 at 8:30am.
Shahroz reached to the summit at 8:20am and the Hushe team at 8:30am.
Mazahir Anjum, media coordinator of the Team Hushe K2 Expedition 2021, told The High Asia Herald that the four-member climbers from Hushe put their feet on the summit of the savage mountain at 8:30am.
The Hushe K-2 team has done brilliant job despite of harsh condition and challenging situation, he said.
“You guys once again proved that you are king of mountains.”
He thanked MCB Bank Limited for their support.
The team was comprised of Muhamnad Taqi, (team leader and organizer), Ali Durani, (climbing leader), Muhamnad Hassan Hushvie, (member), Mushtaq Ahmad, (member), Yousuf Ali Hushvie (member).
Organized by Hushe Welfare Mountaineering and Climbing School, the expedition was sponsored by MCB Bank Limited.
Sharing the details about the feat, Mr Anjum said it was a challenging job done by the team.