Dead Bodies of Ali Sadpara and John Snorri Found on K2, says GB minister

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26th Jul, 2021. 07:00 pm

Two bodies have been found above K2’s Camp 4 just below the bottleneck, suspected to be either of Pakistani mountaineer Ali Sadpara, John Snorri or Juan Pablo Mohr, who had lost their lives in February of this year while attempting to summit the mountain during the winters.

Sajid Sadpara, along with Canadian filmmaker Elia Saikaly and Pasang Kaji Sherpa, is on a trek to find the bodies of his father Ali Sadpara, John Snorri, and Pablo Mohr.

They reached Camp 4 this morning and flew a drone around the area in search of the dead bodies, sources said.

They were able to detect a body above Camp 4 near the bottleneck, however, they are yet to identify who the deceased person is.

The last Instagram update made by Elia Saikaly two days back said that they had begun their “final search and summit attempt”


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Alpine Adventure Guides also confirmed the reports of recovering  Ali Sadpara’s body. “#Breaking #news #K2: The dead body of late legendary climber national hero Muhammad Ali Sadpra below 300m from Bottleneck. Rest in peace #k2 alisadpar #heroes #RIP #Mountain,” tweeted on microblogging site.


Muhammad Ali Sadpara Officially Declared Dead

Muhammad Ali Sadpara, along with two other colleagues – John Snorri Sigurjónsson of Iceland and Juan Pablo Mohr Prieto of Chile – were officially declared dead on February 18, nearly two weeks after they went missing on the ‘Savage Mountain’.


Pakistan’s climbing hero, Ali Sadpara, John Snorri from Iceland and Juan Pablo Mohr from went missing on K2, the world’s second-highest mountain while attempting to scale K2 in winters.

Detailing the journey, Sadpara’s son said that they began their expedition towards the K2 summit on February 05 and he reached the bottleneck point at the peak.





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