Ali Sadpara’s dead body has been found above Camp 4 on K2’s Abruzzi Spur route, Alpine Adventure Guides reported from Base Camp.

As per Alpine Adventure Guides’ official Twitter page, the body was found roughly 300m above Camp 4 by the Madison Mountaineering Sherpa team. It has a black and yellow suit, a report stated. Both John Snorri and Juan Pablo Mohr were wearing those colours when they were last seen, heading up from Camp 3 towards K2’s summit on February 5.

Garrett Madison and his clients are following their sherpa team-up. They were expected to reach Camp 3 today. In a previous interview with a portal, Madison said that if his team happened to find any trace of the missing climbers, he would immediately inform the liaison officer at Base Camp and wait for further instructions.


Muhammad Ali Sadpara went missing on February 5. His son, Sajid Sadpara, is currently on the mountain, hoping to find his remains. Climbing with Elia Saikaly and Pasang Kaji, Sajid should be on his way to Camp four today. Before departing from Base Camp, the young Pakistani climber shared some thoughts on Twitter, saying: “We have started our climb again. Will resume search, both physical and by drones; above 8000m and beyond bottleneck. I am hopeful of finding a trace and answers.”

Unconfirmed reports indicate that the dead body of missing Pakistani mountaineer Ali Sadpara has been found on K2.

Later, a sports journalist, Angela Benavides confirmed that two bodies were found. “One is of Ali, the second may be Snorri’s.”