Sat. Nov 28th, 2020

Eight years old Mohsin climbs 6050meters high Minglik Sar in Shimshal Valley

Mohsin holding the national flag on top of the 6050 meters high Minglik site

Mohsin holding the national flag on top of the 6050 meters high Minglik site
Mohsin holding the national flag on top of the 6050 meters high Minglik site

Sharafat Ali Mir & Ali Ahmad 

Gulmit, February 4: An eight years old boy named Mohsin Ali, son of Fazal Ali, along with his father Fazal Ali, and other climbers Rehmat Nazar , Khushdil Karim, climbed 6050 meters high Minglik Sar peak in Shimshal Valley, making a new record. Mohsin is the grandson of the climber of K2, Rajab Shah. They climbed the peak on 28 January 2014.

Mohsin holding the portrait of Lord Baden Powell, the founder of Scouting movement, on top of the Minglik Sar peak
Mohsin holding the portrait of Lord Baden Powell, the founder of Scouting movement, on top of the Minglik Sar peak

Shimshal Valley has emerged as the mountaineering power house of Pakistan, producing mountaineers like Samina Baig, Mirza Ali, Rajab Shah, Shaheen Baig, Majeed Karim and others.

Mohsin Ali is a Shaheen Scout and a student of grade 3, studying at the Noubahar School, Shimshal. 

The tour was also supported by the Alpine Club of Pakistan
The tour was also supported by the Alpine Club of Pakistan
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