Sadpara and his team became the first to scale a peak above 7,000 m in the winter climbing season
The well-known Pakistani backpacker Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his team members including Alex Txikon from Spain, Pemba Bhote Sherpa and Nuri Sherpa have successfully surpassed the Mount Pumori in Nepal without using supplemental oxygen in winters.
The team of backpackers has become the first team ever to scale a peak above 7,000 m in the winter climbing season.
According to details, Ali Sadpara and his co-climbers summit Mount Pumori (7,161 m) without using supplemental oxygen in the region on Saturday (January 20) at around 11:30 AM Saturday morning.
It may be mentioned here that the workforce has turned into the primary one to scale a top above 7,000 m within the iciness hiking season.
Pumori is a mountain on the Nepal-Tibet border in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas and is one of the premier 7,000M peaks in Tibet border region of Nepal.
Climbing Mount Pumori was just one of his aims for his winter expedition which includes climbing various mountains until Mount Everest is topped.
Muhammad Ali Sadpara is a mountaineer and high altitude porter from Sadpara village, Skardu and he has made six ascents of four 8000m peaks and is best known for the first winter ascent of Nanga Parbat.
Pakistani government delightedly announced the stunning news on its official Twitter account and people all over the world share their views on the great achievement of Ali Sadpara,
#Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his climbing partner Spanish climber Alex Txikon successfully summit Mount Pumori (7,161 m) becoming the only team to scale a peak above 7,000 m in the winter climbing season. pic.twitter.com/TRAfyGpQKI
— Govt of Pakistan (@pid_gov) January 22, 2018
Ali Sadpara is now in Nepal gearing with his team to summit Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen. Mount Everest is so dangerous to climb that even the best mountaineers from around the world struggle to reach the top with supplemental oxygen.
Last year, Ali Sadpara, his Spanish team member Alex Txikon along with Italian alpinist Simone Moro made the historic first winter ascent of Nanga Parbat.
Nepali mountaineer Ang Rita Sherpa is currently the only person in the world to have climbed to the top of the world’s highest peak in winter without supplementary O2 in 1987.