Naila Kiani, a respected mountaineer, has accomplished an incredible feat by becoming the first Pakistani woman to reach the summit of Manaslu peak, which stands at an impressive 8,163 meters, making it the world’s eighth-highest peak.
Naila successfully scaled the peak on Thursday, followed by Shehroze Kashif, who also reached the summit, officially becoming the world’s youngest climber to conquer 12 peaks above 8,000 meters.
Naila Kiani, known for her numerous mountaineering accomplishments and world records, began her ascent on Wednesday and reached the peak on Thursday morning at 7:15 am. With this achievement, she has now conquered nine 8,000-meter peaks.
The mother of two has set her sights on summiting two more peaks in China later this year as she strives to complete the challenging task of conquering all 14 peaks above 8,000 meters.
Naila Kiani, a Dubai-based Pakistani banker, shared her accomplishment on social media, and her achievement serves as a shining example of how individuals can overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges.