Sajid Ali Sadpara became the 1st Pakistani to summit Annapurna in Alpine style

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Cimber Sajid Ali Sadpara became the Pakistani to summit Annapurna (8,091 metres) without supplementry Oxygen. He has done it in alpine fashion and no other Pakistani has this feather except Sajid Ali Sadpara.

Pakistani climber Sajid Ali Sadpara scaled Annapurna (8,091 metres) peak in Nepal without bottle oxygen and sherpa support. Sajid was part of rope fixing team and cleqred route to summit for other climbers waiting at Basecamp.

Sajid Sadpara is son of legendary mountaineer late Muhammad Ali Sadpara. He is continuing the legacy of his father and making huge impacts everywhere.

Mt Annapurna is the 10th tallest mountain in the world. Sajid Sadpara along with Sherpas climbed Annapurna and first season of summit on the 10th tallest mountain. Sajid did it without any support, without supplementary oxygen and in Alpine way. Which makes him a true alpinist of the recent time which is a continuation of the legacy of his late father Muhammad Ali Sadpara.

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