Six Pakistani ladies summit Shifkteen Sar peak in Shimshal Valley
group of 6 Pakistani women was in a position to attain the summit of 5300m Shifkteen Sar in Shimshal Valley, Hunza on Tuesday.
This can be a first feminine workforce to have climbed up the height from its north facet.
The workforce, all college students of Shimshal Mountaineering Faculty, included Hafeeza Bano, Afasana Shahid, Shakeela Numah, Nadeema Sehar, Samreen Afiyat and Zubaida Waheed.
The peak straddles the Shimshal Move bordering China and requires strenuous apply and that too by the all-female group.
The Shimshal Mountaineering School has created the love for this sport among the many youth of Shimshal, usually referred to as “valley of mountaineers”. Over a dozen mountaineers together with Rajab Shah, Mehrban Shah, Subedar Yousuf Khan, Mohammedullah, Qurban Mohammed, Wahab Ali Shah, Sarwar Ali, Aziz Baig, and others have scaled a lot of the 5 highest peaks in Pakistan.
Earlier, three younger women from Pakistan have earned themselves a world report by scaling a 6,080-metre Manglessar peak within the Shimshal valley in Karakoram mountain vary.13-year-old Amina Hanif, 14-year-old Maryam Bashir and 15-year-old Siddiqa Batool hailing from the Hushey valley of Gilgit-Baltistan are granddaughters of well-known mountaineer Little Karim.Accompanied by their grandfather on the unbelievable however arduous summit together with 9 different climbers and 4 foreigners, the women set foot on the Manglesser peak on July 24.