Pakistani climber Sirbaz Khan has made it his goal to put his name in the record books as the youngest Pakistani to scale 10 of the world’s highest 14 peaks.
Khan added yet another feather to his cap after summiting the 8,586-meter-high Kanchenjunga. He reached the camp-IV of the mountain on Friday.
Khan has previously climbed nine mountains ranging above 8000m, including Mount Everest, Nanga Parbat, K2, and others.
Last year, Khan climbed Dhaulagiri mountain, part of the Himalayas, in Nepal. He was also noted as the first Pakistani to climb Dhaulagiri.
He became the first Pakistani to summit a mountain at 8,516 meters in Nepal in 2019, without using oxygen.
Social media users congratulated Sirbaz Khan on his latest achievement.