NUST Student Sets World Record by climbing Pakistan’s 37th Highest Yazghil Sar Peak in Winters

 NUST Student Sets World Record by climbing Pakistan’s 37th Highest Yazghil Sar Peak in Winters

Saad Munawar, a student of MS Information Systems at NUST Military College of Signals, set a new world record on January 10, 2021, by scaling Yazghil Sar Peak in the Hispar Muztagh (a sub-range) in the mighty Karakorum Mountain range. NUST Student Sets World Record by climbing Pakistan’s 37th Highest Yazghil Sar Peak in Winters.

Pakistan marks another feat by overwhelming intimidating weather and killing peaks of Karakoram mountain range. Pleasing moments on the national and global sphere. Saad Munawar gleams and amazes the co-mountaineers by conquering over the chilling weather and transmutes his dream into reality.

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Saad Munawar is a student of MS Information Systems at NUST Islamabad, climbed the peak Hispar Muztagh (a sub-range) on January 10. He studies at Military College of Signals, a co-educational military college which is a constituent of NUST.

Munawar along with a crew of five climbers went on a four-day expedition to climb the 37th highest peak of Pakistan in extremely cold weather. All five members of the team that was with Munawar managed to reach the top and make the country proud. Saad’s accomplishment is inimitable and matchless since no other mountaineer before Munawar and his team has ever achieved the mountain in winters.

NUST Student Sets World Record by climbing Pakistan’s 37th Highest Yazghil Sar Peak in Winters

Saad Munawar astounds the world with his implausible record. Yazghil Sar boasts a height of 7,324 meters (24,028 ft). It is the 87th highest peak in the world and 37th in Pakistan. In 2019, Munawar became the only mountaineer to proceed through the three highest mountain ranges of the world on foot, covering 665 kilometres in 23 days.

Pakistan acknowledges the remarkable achievement of the mountaineer who belongs to one of the astounding universities of Pakistan. There is a long list of prodigies on the credit of NUST, and the university is gratified of Saad Munawar.

Here you go Saad Munawar, pat and clap for you!

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