Sirbaz Khan sclaed 8,516-metre high Mount Lhotse .
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Sirbaz Khan is a rising young Pakistani mountaineer who did various expeditions and he became the first Pakistani climber to scale Mount Lhotse without even using extra oxygen. He registered his name in the history after scaling Mount Lhotse, the world’s fourth highest peak, in Nepal.
The young climber from Hunza’s Aliabad has previously climbed K2 (8,611m) and Nanga Parbat (8,126m) without using extra oxygen. Sarbaz Khan reached the 8,516-metre high summit at 9:47 am on Tuesday, According to the The Himalayan Times reports.
Khan achieved the feat along with a 12-member team of climbers. Likewise, Christina Flampouri has become the first Greece woman to climb the 8,516-meter high summit. Earlier, without the use of supplementary oxygen, Sirbaz Khan came out successful in his ‘Mission Summit 14’ as he scaled the 8047 metre peak and aims to summit all of the world’s 14 highest peaks above 8,000 metres without using oxygen tanks.
That expedition was completed by Khan earlier this month where he was accompanied by four climbers from Nepal, USA, and Germany