Pakistani climber, Shehroz Kashif summited 8000 meters Manaslu in Nepal,  the world’s eighth highest peak on Saturday morning.

Shahrooz Kashif climbed the 8163-meter-high Manaslu peak, the fourth peak of his career.

Shehroz Kashif has climbed the third consecutive peak in the last five months at an altitude of over 8,000 meters — setting a record of summiting peaks in this young age.


Shehroz’s father, Kashif Salman, told Geo News that his son is fully fit and he will reach the base camp in two days

Punjab Sports Minister, Rai Taimur Bhatti, took to Twitter to congratulate Shehroz Kashif for his achievement and lauded him for his bravery at this age.

Earlier, the 19-year-old mountaineer became the youngest Pakistani to summit Mount Everest.