Shehroze Kashif, co-climber survive stormy night at Killer Mountain, resume descend: Father confirms
Pak Youngest climber Shehroze Kashif trapped on Nanga Parbat, father eyes rescue Op
Pakistan youngest climber Shehroze Kashif has been trapped at the killer mountain Nanga Parbat.
Alhamdulillah #ShehrozeKashif and #FazalAli are seen from basecamp while descending to Camp 3 of #NangaParbat on their own. The duo survived the night at 7350m with their sheer willpower and resilience and resumed descent in the early morning as soon as weather opened. pic.twitter.com/kTW871e9jO
— Shehroze Kashif (broadboy) (@Shehrozekashif2) July 6, 2022
His father Kashif Salman has been desperately appealing for immediate arrangements to drop volunteer rescuers on higher camps on Nanga Parbat 8126m to rescue his son and another climber from Killer Mountain.
Shehroze Kashif and Fazal Ali could not reach Camp-3 last night after summitting Nanga Parbat due to bad weather and there is no contact after 7 pm Wednesday.
Please pray for their safety and health, he appealed.
In a message from Shehroze Kashif’s father Kashif Salman, he appealed for immediate arrangements to drop Nepalese volunteers on higher camps on Nanga Parbat 8126m.
In a latest development, Shehroze Kashif and co-climber was spotted at Nanga Parbat.
Both survived the night at Killer Mountain and resumed descend to base camp
Father of Shehroze Kashif confirmed that his son and co-climber were spotted and alive and could be seen coming back to base camp.
Shehroze father claimed both survived on their own and nobody helped them out from the situation.