Pakistan's Sarbaz Khan makes history at World's 4th highest peak Mount Lhotse

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HUNZA – A young climber from Pakistan has registered his name in the history after scaling Mount Lhotse, the world’s fourth highest peak, in Nepal.

Sarbaz Khan reached the 8,516-metre high summit at 9:47 am on Tuesday, the The Himalayan Times reports.

The young climber from Hunza’s Aliabad has previously climbed K2 (8,611m) and Nanga Parbat (8,126m) without using extra oxygen.

Khan achieved the feat along with a 12-member team of climbers. Likewise, Christina Flampouri has become the first Greece woman to climb the 8,516-meter high summit.