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Pakistan’s Nida Ali scales Lal Bati mountain peak

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Pakistan woman mountaineer Nida Ali has summited the 16,000-foot high Lal Bati mountain peak of Neelum Valley in Azad Kashmir.

Despite bad weather, Nida Ali and his team reached the summit in 14 hours.

Nida Ali belongs to Islamabad and is the first woman who reached the top of the Lal Bati mountain range.

Nada Ali’s team included trekking expert Hasan Ali, Rais Inqlabi, and Khawaja Asif.

Besides Nida Ali Pakistan also has many other female mountaineers who have escalated different mountain peaks. Naila Kayani is one of them who last year scaled the world’s tallest peak, Mount Everest, becoming the second female Pakistani climber to achieve the feat.

Kayani also became the first Pakistani female to climb five peaks above 8,000 meters, according to the Alpine Club of Pakistan.

Samina Baig, a high-altitude female mountaineer from Gilgit-Baltistan, made history in 2013 when she became the first Pakistani woman to ascend Mount Everest.

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