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Asad Ali climbs North America’s Mount Denali
The Pakistani mountaineer Asad Ali Memon reached the 6,190-meter top of Mount Denali in North America last week. In order to accomplish his aim, he intended to climb the seven tallest peaks on each continent. According to Ali’s crewmates, a 23-year-old climber from Larkana, Pakistan, who summited Denali on the morning of May 28, commonly known as Saturday, returned to basecamp in good health. Denali was the fourth peak on his list, which included a total of seven.
He was also observed waving the Pakistani flag from Denali. Ali accomplished his first mountain ascent in 2017 when he climbed Mingling Sar near Shimshal. By climbing Europe’s Mount Elbrus in 2019, he began his ambition to scale the highest mountain on every continent. The next year, he traveled to South America and climbed the 6,862-metre Aconcagua mountain. At 5,895 meters, Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s tallest peak and the highest point on the continent. Jaya Peak, also known as Mount Carstensz or the Carstensz Pyramids in Australia and Oceania, is his next objective. The 4,884-meter-high peak is located in the New Guinea Island region. Mirza Ali Bag, a well-known Pakistani mountaineer, has reached the summit of the highest point on all seven continents.