Sarbaz Khan became the first Pakistan climber to scale Mount Manaslu, world’s eighth highest peak, in Nepal.
According to a news report, hailing from Aliabad, Hunza, the young climber reached the 8,153 -meter high summit and he will reach his camp today’s night.
He achieved this goal along with a 12-member team of climbers.
Sarbaz Khan has also climbed K2 (8,611m) and Nanga Parbat (8,126m) without using extra oxygen, the reports said.
Earlier in May, Sarbaz Khan from Pakistan has registered his name in the history after scaling Mount Lhotse, the world’s fourth highest peak, in Nepal.
Sarbaz Khan reached the 8,516-meter high summit at 9:47 am.
Moreover, Mountaineer Mirza Ali had become the first Pakistani to scale seven summits in seven continents.
According to the details, Ali achieved the feat after successfully climbing Mount Everest. He scaled the mountain at 2:16 am, to become the first Pakistani to climb seven summits in seven continents.
Mirza Ali is the brother of Samina Baig, the first Pakistani woman to climb Mount Everest.
Col (retd) Abdul Jabbar Bhatti is the fourth Pakistani to successfully scale Mount Everest. He achieved this remarkable feat in May 2017.
He is also the first Pakistani from Punjab to scale Mount Everest.
The other three Pakistanis Nazir Sabir, Hassan Sadpara and Samina Baig to climb Mount Everest belong to the Gilgit-Baltistan region.
Nazir Sabir climbed Mount Everest in 2000, becoming the first Pakistani to do so.
Hassan Sadapara who passed away in 2016 climbed the world’s highest peak in 2011.
Samina Baig the first Pakistani woman to climb the mountain did so in 2013.