Mountaineer Sirbaz Khan climbs world’s 12th highest mountain Broad Peak
ISLAMABAD, JUL 22 (DNA) – Serena Hotels announced the victory of Sirbaz Khan, who successfully climbed the summit of the twelfth world’s highest mountain –Broad Peak (8047 m) without using supplementary oxygen. He completed his summit on the 12th of July at 2:25 pm.
The expedition was accompanied by 4 climbers in total, 2 members from Nepal and 1 each from the USA and Germany.
Serena Hotels has been supporting Sirbaz Khan on his ‘Mission Summit 14’. He aims to summit all 14 highest peaks above 8000m without oxygen.
This was his 4th consecutive successful summit after K2 (8611m), Nanga Parbat (8126m) and Mount Lhotse (8516m).
Serena Adventure Diplomacy Initiative aims to encourage human engagement with nature in ways that test physical prowess, endurance and commitment, mountain activities being a core part of these activities.
This initiative kicked off when Serena founded the Adventure Diplomacy Group (ADG), consisting of 7 diplomatic missions to support the Pakistani mountaineer siblings, Samina and Mirza Ali Baig.
Samina Baig is the first Pakistani as well as the first Muslim women to summit the highest peaks in all seven continents.
Mr. Aziz Boolani, CEO Serena Hotels said, “It is a great privilege for us to support Sirbaz Khan on his expedition.
At Serena Hotels, we have been supporting talent to promote Adventure Tourism where needed and try to bring diverse experiences to our community through our various initiatives.”=DNA
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