Pakistani lady climbs world's seven highest peaks

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Samina Baig grew to become the primary Pakistani lady to climb seven highest peaks in seven continents in underneath eight months, media reported on Sunday.

Baig, 23, has accomplished the problem of climbing seven of the very best mountains all over the world, together with Mount Everest which she scaled in Could 2013.

Baig accompanied by her brother Mirza Ali, flew out to Russia, after Alaska, the place they went on to scale the very best mountain in Europe, Mt Elbrus in Russia, which is 5,642 metres tall, bringing their ‘Seven Summits’ journey to an finish.

Baig was a part of an journey diplomacy mission, funded by passionate climbers outdoors Pakistan, a couple of embassies in Islamabad, with no assist from the Pakistan authorities.

Hailing from Pakistan’s mountainous Hunza Valley, each climbers had summited Mt McKinley, Alaska, reaching 6,168 metres into the sky on July 3.

Samina Baig grew to become the primary Pakistani lady to climb to the highest of that highest peak in North America.

In March, she and Mirza Ali reached the highest of the 4,884 metres-high Mount Carstensz Pyramid, the very best peak in Indonesia.

Within the final six months, the duo made historical past in December once they climbed Mt Aconcagua in Argentina, the very best peak in South America.

Then in January, they summited the very best peak in Antarctica, Mt Vinson, after which the 5,895 metres-high Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in February.

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