Adventure Diplomacy: Samina Baig and Mirza Ali scale first of the seven target peaks — Pamir Times Net


Monitoring Desk

Islamabad, December 15: En-route to scaling seven peaks on seven continents, the mountaineer brother and sister from Shimshal Valley, Gojal, have climbed the highest peak of South America on 13th December 2013.

“I and Samina climbed South America’s highest peak, Mt.Aconcagua, 6961m, on 13 Dec at 3pm after 9 hours climb in harsh weather”, read a message sent by Mirza Ali, the brother, co-climber and mentor of Samina Baig.

The two have become mountaineering sensations globally after Samina climbed Mount Everest with vital support from her brother.

Read more on Pamir Times net

Earlier post on Paderbornsj:

Pakistan’s first female Everest conqueror sets new goals

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