- NUST mountaineer units document by climbing Yazghil Sar Peak in winter
- Yazghil Sar boasts a peak of seven,324 meters (24,028 ft). It’s the 87th highest peak on this planet and thirty seventh in Pakistan.
- Munawar is a pupil of MS Info Programs on the Nationwide College of Sciences and Expertise
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani pupil set a world document after conquering the Yazghil Sar peak within the Karakoram mountain vary in winter.
Saad Munawar climbed the height Hispar Muztagh (a sub-range) on January 10. Munawar is a pupil of MS Info Programs on the Nationwide College of Sciences and Expertise (NUST).
He research in Navy Faculty of Alerts, a co-educational navy school which is a constituent of NUST.
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He led a workforce of 5 climbers in the course of the four-day expedition, all of whom managed to succeed in the summit, The Information reported. The achievement is unprecedented since no different mountaineer previous to Munawar and his teammates has ever carried out this feat in winters.
Yazghil Sar boasts a peak of seven,324 meters (24,028 ft). It’s the 87th highest peak on this planet and thirty seventh in Pakistan.
In 2019, Munawar grew to become the one mountaineer to traverse the three highest mountain ranges of the world on foot, masking 665 kilometres in a span of 23 days.