Pakistani mountaineer Shahrooz Kashif, 20, set a record by climbing the world’s fifth highest mountain, Makalu, in Nepal. He became the world’s youngest climber to climb the world’s five highest mountains. Shahrooz, 20, hails from Lahore and started climbing at the age of 11. Mount Macau is the fifth highest mountain in the world at 8,485 meters (8,485) meters which is located in Nepal.
Pakistani mountaineer Shahrooz Kashif set a record by climbing Makalu
Shahrooz Kashif managed to reach the height of 8463 on Makalu. He managed to climb Mount Everest 8849 meters, K2 8611 meters, Kanchenjunga 8586 meters, and Lotse 8516 meters. They climbed three large mountains in just 23 days, including Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and Makalu. For his outstanding services, Sports Board Punjab has also appointed him as the Youth Ambassador of Punjab.