Another climber from Gilgit is missing after Muhammad Ali Sadpara Another climber from Gilgit-Baltistan has gone missing while trying to climb the world’s 11th highest mountain, Mount, in winter.
Gone too soon; Nisar Sadpara, another gem produced by #gilgitbaltistan went missing on Gasherbrum-1 8068m during winter Expd— Sajid Ali Sadpara (@sajid_sadpara) March 9, 2021
His Mountaineering achievements:
1. G-II 8035m (4times)
2. G-1 8068m (3 times)
3. Broad Peak 8048m
4. K-2 8611m
5. Nanga Parbet 8126m #HonourAliSadpara pic.twitter.com/MbZkYKjrFy
Sajid Ali Sadpara, son of Muhammad Ali Sadpara, reported on Twitter that Nisar had climbed the peak three times before. The world’s highest mountain, Mountbatten, has once again climbed the world’s 13th highest mountain,
The search for the missing 45-year-old Amanat Ali continued, after which his death was confirmed but his body has not been found yet.