The primary group of Pakistani climbers to scale the world’s second tallest mountain, K2, has landed at the summit
The primary group of Pakistani climbers to scale the world’s second tallest mountain, K2, has landed at the summit.
K2 lies in Pakistan, close to the northern outskirt with China. The climbers made it to the summit at 02:30 (22:30 GMT on Friday).
Mountain dwellers see K2 as more difficult to prevail over than Mount Everest, the world’s most astounding crest.
Journalists, be that as it may, say plunging from the top is more risky.
The Pakistani climbers were attempted their undertaking on the 60th celebration of the first effective climb of K2.
Two Italians – Achille Compagnoni and Lino Lacedelli – arrived at the highest point of K2 on 31 July 1954.
View from the highest point of the mountain Individual Pakistanis have arrived at the top in the recent past
The current campaign – called K2 60 Years Later – incorporates six Pakistanis: Hassan Jan, Ali Durani, Rahmat Ullah Baig, Ghulam Mehdi, Ali and Muhammad Sadiq. Three Italians are likewise piece of the gathering.
Individual Pakistan climbers have arrived at the top before – yet this is Pakistan’s first effective group endeavor.
The BBC’s Shahzeb Jillani in Islamabad says numerous have passed on coming back to the base camp in the past as the drop is trickier.
In June, the Italian association supporting the Pakistani exertion proclaimed it had introduced a climate station bolstering information to the climbers and scientists checking movement in high mountain locales.