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Pakistani Sarbaz Ali Khan climbs Mount Everest without oxygen

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Sirbaz Ali Khan, a distinguished Pakistani mountaineer, has made headlines by conquering the world’s tallest peak, Mount Everest, without the aid of supplemental oxygen. This remarkable achievement solidifies his status as a trailblazer in the realm of high-altitude climbing.

Khan’s ascent marks him as the second Pakistani to reach the summit of Mount Everest without artificial oxygen, following in the footsteps of Sajid Sadpara. Notably, Khan has scaled an impressive 11 out of the 14 peaks exceeding 8,000 meters without oxygen support, distinguishing himself as the sole Pakistani to accomplish this remarkable feat.

His mountaineering journey has been nothing short of extraordinary, with a string of notable achievements under his belt. From scaling the towering Nanga Parbat and the formidable K2 to conquering the challenging terrains of Mount Lhotse and Mount Manaslu, Khan has consistently pushed the boundaries of human endurance and exploration.

In addition to his conquests in Pakistan’s Karakoram and Himalayan ranges, Khan has left his mark on international peaks, summiting iconic mountains such as Annapurna, Kanchenjunga, and Makalu in Nepal. His relentless pursuit of excellence has taken him to the world’s highest summits, each ascent a testament to his unwavering determination and resilience.

Despite the inherent risks and challenges associated with high-altitude mountaineering, Khan’s unwavering commitment to his craft continues to inspire fellow climbers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. His latest triumph on Mount Everest serves as a testament to the indomitable spirit of Pakistani mountaineers and their boundless potential on the world stage.

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