The Pakistani climber Shehroz Kashif set another record by climbing 8000 meters Manaslu in Nepal on Saturday morning, the eighth highest peak in the world. Shehroz Kashif has climbed the third consecutive peak at an altitude of over 8,000 meters. He is the youngest person to summit three consecutive peaks in the past five months. The 8163-meter-high peak marked the fourth summit of his career.
Earlier this year, he became the youngest person to scale Mount Everest from Pakistan. Kashif Salman, Shehroz’s father, said that Shehroz is physically fit and will reach the base camp in two days. Punjab Sports Minister, Rai Taimur Bhatti, congratulated Shehroz Kashif on his achievement and hailed his bravery at such a young age.