Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Sajid Sadpara Scales World’s 12th Highest Peak Without Oxygen Support

In a historic feat, Sajid Sadpara, the son of the late Pakistani climber Ali Sadpara, achieved something incredible. He became the first Pakistani to reach the peak of Mount Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world, without using artificial oxygen. This mountain stands at a towering height of 8,163 meters.

Sajid and his team confirmed that he successfully reached the summit on a Monday afternoon, bravely facing the challenging climb without the help of supplemental oxygen. It’s an impressive accomplishment as the thin air at such high altitudes makes breathing difficult without the aid of oxygen supplies.

What makes his achievement even more remarkable is that he completed the climb before a massive avalanche struck the area. The avalanche posed additional dangers and challenges to the climbers, making Sajid’s success even more noteworthy.

Last year, there were some doubts about whether previous climbers had reached the exact top of Mount Manaslu, so the “true summit” had gained attention. But Sajid’s achievement has now been confirmed, solidifying his place in mountaineering history as the first Pakistani to conquer this challenging peak without using artificial oxygen.

Sajid’s determination, skill, and courage in reaching the top of Mount Manaslu will inspire many, and his accomplishment will be remembered in the world of mountaineering for years to come.

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