Sajid Sadpara sets record with Annapurna ascent

Mountaineer Sajid Ali Sadpara on Saturday made history as he became the primary Pakistani to scale the Nepal’s eight,091 metre tall Annapurna mountain with out the guide of high-altitude porters and supplemental oxygen.

This current scaling of the world’s 10th maximum top was part of Seven Summit Treks’ Annapurna Expedition 2023.Following Sadpara’s latest feat, Kathmandu-based totally commercial adventure operator Seven Summit Treks congratulated him in an Instagram publish.

Alpine Club of Pakistan secretary Karar Haidri also congratulated Sadpara in a announcement.

Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khursheed Khan also congratulated the mountaineer on Twitter, saying: “Heartiest congratulations to Sajid Ali Sadpara for summiting Annapurna height in Nepal with out oxygen and sherpa.”

Earlier, a tweet posted on Sadpara’s account on Friday said he was at Annapurna’s camp 4 on the time along side the rope solving group of Seven Trek’s summit.

Sadpara had reached Nepal ultimate month, with the project to summit three of the sector’s maximum mountains Alpine fashion and with out supplemental oxygen.

The kind of ascent, where climbers are not supported via high-altitude porters from base camp to the summit, is referred to as Alpine fashion.Before his departure, Sadpara informed Dawn he changed into going to climb Kangchenjunga (eight,586m), Dhaulagiri (eight,167m) and Makalu (8,481m) peaks.

The climber stated the venture would take 3 months to complete.Following Sadpara’s modern feat, Kathmandu-based business journey operator Seven Summit Treks congratulated him in an Instagram submit.

Alpine Club of Pakistan secretary Karar Haidri also congratulated Sadpara in a statement.

Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khursheed Khan also congratulated the mountaineer on Twitter, saying: “Heartiest congratulations to Sajid Ali Sadpara for summiting Annapurna top in Nepal without oxygen and sherpa.”

Earlier, a tweet published on Sadpara’s account on Friday stated he changed into at Annapurna’s camp 4 on the time at the side of the rope fixing group of Seven Trek’s summit.

Sadpara had reached Nepal last month, with the task to summit three of the world’s highest mountains Alpine fashion and with out supplemental oxygen.

The sort of ascent, in which climbers aren’t supported by high-altitude porters from base camp to the summit, is referred to as Alpine fashion.

Before his departure, Sadpara told Dawn he was going to climb Kangchenjunga (eight,586m), Dhaulagiri (8,167m) and Makalu (8,481m) peaks.Earlier, Sajid Ali Sadpara, son of legend Ali Sadpara, had stated the completion of his project to summit all 14 peaks above eight-thousand metres altitude without supplementary oxygen would be the fulfilment of “his father’s dream”.

In April 2021, climbers Sirbaz Khan and Muhammad Abdul Joshi had turn out to be the first Pakistanis to summit Annapurna, however with supplemental oxygen and now not in Alpine style.

Sadpara has already summited K2 (eight,611m), Gasherbrum-I (8,080m) and Gasherbrum-II (eight,035m), in Pakistan and Manaslu (eight,163m) in Nepal without supplemental oxygen.

Sadpara has made a call for himself inside the Alpine network with his summits of the maximum daunting peaks at a younger age. He climbed K2 — the arena’s 2nd-maximum mountain — two times, one time without supplemental oxygen. In 2022, he summited the Manaslu peak without supplemental oxygen, turning into the first Pakistani to achieve the feat.

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