ISLAMABAD: Uzma Yousaf on Wednesday turned out to be first Pakistani ladies to scale 7,027 meter high Spantik top in the Spantik-Sosbun Mountains sub-scope of Karakoram in Nagar Valley of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Uzma’s high height group included Wajid Ullah Nagri, Asghar Hussain and Yaseen.
Otherwise called Golden Peak, Spantik has increased huge prominence among undertaking climbers as of late.
“We’ve landed at the highest point of Spantik at 9:16 am today (Wednesday). I’m truly upbeat at the accomplishment. I know individuals in Pakistan are equipping to observe Independence Day on August 14.
My satisfaction has increased as I’ve possessed the capacity to convey Pakistan’s banner at the highest point of Spantik as of now,” a glad Uzma told APP on telephone from on Spantik.
The 43-year old, who began her climbing profession by scaling 6050-meter Mingling Sar in October a year ago and 5098 meter Rush Peak in February this year, said that it took her group 31 days to finish the voyage.
“It was truly extreme voyage. The snow was not enabling us to move. Be that as it may, we didn’t surrender our main goal and express gratitude toward God at long last we made it,” she said.
She said her effective endeavor was the evidence that with assurance and enthusiasm difficulties could be overcome and dreams appeared.
Her better half Yousaf Akhtar, who financed and upheld the undertaking, said he was pleased with his significant other.
“She is truly a gifted woman. In spite of the fact that she has not been prepared like different mountain dwellers, she has been making fastidious arrangements for this move for as long as a while. Her diligent work has paid back” he said.
Yousaf likewise asserted that Uzma was the principal woman to have climbed a seven-thousand meter high or above top in Pakistan.