The 20-year-old, who has already set two other unique world records, became the youngest mountaineer in the world when he climbed the three highest peaks in the world: Everest (8,849m), K2 (8,611m), and Kanchenjunga (8,586m) (8,586m).
President Dr. Arif Alvi praised Shehroze Kashif for accomplishing the unprecedented feat. “You have again made us proud, MashaAllah. This time Kanchenjunga 8586m in Nepal,” Alvi stated on his official Twitter account.
“According to his official Instagram account @thebroadboy, he is now the youngest mountaineer to have conquered the world’s three highest peaks (Everest, K2, Kanchenjunga),” he added.
Kashif had made history by climbing Mount Everest, K2, and other peaks at a young age. He has now unlocked one more critical accomplishment.
Shehroze Kashif has made history at a young age by climbing Mount Everest, K2, and other peaks. The boy has now unlocked one more big accomplishment.
Kashif, who hails from Lahore, is also the youngest Pakistani to have climbed Broad Peak (8,047m) at the age of 17. During his ascents to Broad Peak and Everest, he utilized supplemental oxygen. His journey to Broad Peak earned him the nickname “The Broad Boy.”
After accompanying his father on an outdoor excursion, Kashif became interested in hiking at a young age. At 11, he climbed the 3,885-meter Makra Peak, followed by the 4,085-meter Musa Ka Musalla.
Kashif climbed the peak of K2 in July of last year, becoming the youngest Pakistani to do so. The young man successfully climbed the 8,611-meter-high mountain in Pakistan and raised the country’s flag. In September of last year, he became Pakistan’s youngest mountaineer to summit Manaslu, the ninth highest peak.
Before reaching his first summit, the young climber stated in a television interview that he was captivated by the concept of what lay at the mountain.
Kashif earlier made history when he became the youngest mountaineer to summit Mount Everest. He was also the youngest climber in the world.