Naila Kiani, a Pakistani mountaineer, has accomplished the feat of scaling the highest mountain peak in the world, Mount Everest, on Sunday morning. She is now the second woman from Pakistan to achieve this feat, following in the footsteps of Samina Baig, who reached the summit in 2013.
Accompanied by Pasang Temba Sherpa, a Nepali climber, Naila Kiani made it to the summit of the mountain which stands at an altitude of 8,848.86 meters. The climb was a challenging one, with many obstacles, but Kiani persevered and made it to the top.
Kiani’s Previous Climbs
Naila Kiani is an experienced mountaineer who has climbed many other peaks before Mount Everest. She has previously climbed Annapurna I in Nepal, K2, Gasherbrum I, and II. These climbs have prepared her for the challenging task of climbing Mount Everest.
Pakistani Climbers’ Achievement
Kiani’s achievement is remarkable, as she is the first Pakistani woman to have scaled five peaks that are over 8,000 meters. Her climb to the top of Mount Everest is a significant milestone for Pakistani climbers and will inspire many others to take up this challenging sport.