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Samina Baig, First Lady Mountaineer of Pakistan.

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Samina Baig

Samina Khayal Baig is the First Pakistani lady and the third Pakistani to climb Mount Everest. She is additionally the most youthful Muslim lady to climb Everest, having done as such at 21 years old. Samina is additionally the primary Pakistani lady and the principal Muslim to climb the seven summits
She was the first to climb the pinnacle Chashkin Sar (over 6,000 meters) in Pakistan in 2010, which was later renamed Samina Peak after her. She reached the summit of 'Koh-I-Brobar' ('Mount Equality') in 2011. An endeavor at the seven kilometer high Spantik Peak finished in disappointment for Baig, because of unfavorable climate conditions.
Baig comes from Shimshal town in Hunza Gojal, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, and was prepared in mountaineering from the age of 15 by her sibling, Mirza Ali. She is a student of Arts and started climbing when she was just four years of age. Other than the Himalayas, Baig has been utilized as a mountain guide and undertaking pioneer (expedition leader) in the Hindu Kush and the pinnacles of Karakoram. Baig has been an expert climber since 2009.