In a groundbreaking achievement, Naila Kiani made history on Tuesday morning by becoming the pioneer Pakistani woman to conquer six majestic 8000-meter mountains, triumphantly conquering Mount Lhotse in Nepal.
Standing tall at a formidable altitude of 8,516 meters, Lhotse proudly claims its position as the world’s fourth highest peak, following the legendary summits of Mount Everest, K2, and Kangchenjunga.
Naila Kiani’s exceptional feat came merely two days after her victorious ascent of Mount Everest, the crown jewel of mountaineering triumphs.
Notably, alongside Kiani, Pakistani mountaineer Sajid Ali Sadpara also reached the summit of Everest. Sadpara’s accomplishment, however, holds an extraordinary distinction as he achieved this remarkable feat without relying on “supplemental oxygen and personal sherpa assistance,” cementing his status as the first Pakistani to conquer the mighty mountain under such challenging circumstances.
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Beyond the glory of Lhotse, Kiani’s illustrious mountaineering record boasts five other awe-inspiring 8000-meter peaks, including Everest, K2, Annapurna, Gasherbrum I, and Gasherbrum II.
The organizers of Kiani’s expedition in Nepal joyously confirmed her triumphant arrival at the summit of Lhotse at precisely 8:13 am local time this morning.
Karrar Haidri, representative of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, proudly stated that Kiani stands as the first Pakistani woman to conquer Lhotse, solidifying her position as the fastest woman in the country to scale six peaks towering above 8,000 meters.
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