Shehroze Kashif becomes youngest Pakistani to climb Mount Everest at 8849 meters
Shehroze Kashif becomes the youngest Pakistani to climb Mount Everest (8849 m) as a part of Seven Summit Treks - Everest Expedition 2021.
19-year-old Shehroze Kashif becomes the youngest Pakistani to climb Mount Everest (8849 m) as a part of Seven Summit Treks - Everest Expedition 2021.
Hailing from Lahore, Shehroze started climbing at the age of just 11 from 3000m and took his passion to the next stage by reaching 4000 and then 6000 and then to 8000.
He used supplemental oxygen on his climbs to Broad Peak and Everest.
His expedition to the Broad Peak (8047m) earned him the title “The Broad Boy” .
Follow the link below to view Shehroze's summit details:
LIST OF Shehroze Kashif’S SUMMITS:
- Makra Peak (3885m)—Age 11
- Musa KaMussala (4080m)—Age 12
- Chambra Oeak (4600m)—Age 12
- Mangliksar Shimshal (6050m)—Age 13
- Gondogoro La K2 Base Camp (5585m)—Age 14
- Khurdopin Pass (5890m)—Age 15
- Broad Peak (8047m)—Age 17
- Khusar Gang-Alpine Style (6050m)—Age 18
- Mount Everest ( 8849m)—Age 19