Pakistan time, Samina Baig and her team reached the top of K2. She was the first woman from Pakistan to do this. Less than three hours after Samina, Naila Kiani was the second woman to reach the top. This is the first time that a woman from Pakistan has done this. Women from Oman, Lebanon, Iran, and Taiwan, among other places, also made it to the top of the mountain early Friday morning. As soon as the teams fixing the ropes finished their work and the first group reached K2 at 3 a.m. last night, the summit push began. At 7:42 a.m. PKT on Friday, 31-year-old Pakistani woman mountaineer Samina Baig and other Pakistani climbers reached the top.
Pakistani woman mountaineer Samina Baig summits K2
Pakistani women climbers made history on Friday morning when they became the first Pakistani women to reach the top of K2, the second-highest peak in the world at 8611 metres. At 7:40 a.m. Samina Baig is from the small Gilgit Valley village of Shimshal. She was the first woman from Pakistan to climb to the top of Mount Everest this year. Samina is climbing with Eid Muhammad, Bulbul Karim, Ahmed Baig, Rizwan Dad, Waqar Ali, and Akber Hussain Sadpara. Another Pakistani climber, Naila Kiani, got to the top of K2 less than three hours after Samina did. Allahu Akbar Naila sent a satellite-based text message to this reporter to let him know that she had reached the top of her mountain. PM Shehbaz Sharif praised Samina Baig and her team on Twitter for reaching the goal. Two Pakistani climbers, Sohail Sakhi and Sirbaz Ali Khan, also reached the top of K2. Samina Baig is the first woman from Pakistan to reach the top of Mount Everest. Kristin Harlia, a climber from Norway, reached the top of K2 between 2:30 and 4:00 in the morning and is now safely back at her base camp. Kristin Harilia wants to climb all 14 8,000-foot peaks in the next six months. She had been to eight of these summits in less than three months. If she is successful, she will be the first woman to climb all of the world’s highest mountains in one season. Kristin A. Bennett from the United States, Frank Loke from Norway, and Liliya Ianovskia from Canada were also there. They were able to reach the top of Mount Everest with the help of mountain guides from the Himalayas, like Fida Ali from Pakistan and Pema Chhiring Sherpa, Dawa Ongju, Pemba Tasi, Dawa Dorchi, and Pemba Dorchee Sherpa from Nepal. In other news, Tseng Ko-Erh, also known as Grace Tseng, who is 29 years old, became the youngest woman in the world to reach the top of Mount Everest without extra oxygen. She is the first woman from Taiwan to reach the top of K2. The people in charge of her expedition said that her team of three had just reached the top of the second highest peak on Mount Everest. They reached the top of Mount K2 at 7:35 a.m. Pakistani time (8611 m). The team also had Nepalese members Nima Gyalzen Sherpa and Ningma Dorje Tamang.