Ali Sadpara

A Brief intro of Ali Sadpara

Muhammad Ali Sadpara belongs to a small village Sadpara near Skardu city. He was born on 2nd February 1976 in Sadpara Village Skardu Gilgit-Baltistan. Ali was a good football player. He began his career as a high altitude porter. Ali led many climbers from around the world to summit the Eight-thousander mountains in Pakistan and Nepal.

ali-sadpara winter summit, K-2 Base Camp Skardu
Ali Sadpara winter summit

Mountains Summited by Ali Sadpara

Ali Sadpara has summited many Eight-thousander in Pakistan and Nepal a few of them are listed below.

  • Gasherbrum || 8034 meters and Spantik Peak (Pakistan) in 2006.
  • Nanga Parbat 8125 meters (Pakistan) in summer 2008.
  • Gasherbrum | 8080 meters (Pakistan) in 2010.
  • Nanga Parbat 8125 meters (Pakistan) first-ever winter summit in 2016.
  • Broad Peak 8051 meters (Pakistan) in 2017.
  • K-2 8611 meters (Pakistan) Summer Summit in 2018.
  • Lhotse 8516 meters (Nepal) in 2019.
  • Makalu 8485 meters (Nepal) in 2019.
  • Manaslu 8163 meters (Nepal) in 2019.

The sport of mountaineering has always been fraught with dangers in which the return of the climbers cannot be said with certainty. Many fall in the crevasses, some are subject to avalanches, and most die due to the weakness of the safety ropes.

King of Mountains

If the mountain is then K-2 (King of the Mountains), then it is even more difficult to control the mountain because Keto is called The Savage Mountain, which has a negative temperature even in summer. -20C) and in winter it is between minus 60 (-60C) to 75 (-75C) and cool winds speed (20km / h)) to (200km / h)) km / h Can run from K2 has always been a great challenge in the world of mountaineering and the climbers who head to K2 are considered to be the best elite climbers.

ali-sadpara Travel to north, Traveltonorth, TTN K-2 K2 Base Camp Skardu
Ali Sadpara K-2 winter summit.

The mountain could be climbed in summer, but it did not allow anyone to step on it in winter. Recently, after forty years of continuous efforts, a highly trained expedition of Nepali Sherpas stepped on the peak of K-2 in winter, and fortunately their wind speed (0km to 5km/h) on Summit day. It was 5 kilometers per hour one of the best days in the history of K-2.

Ali Sadpara K-2 Winter Summit 2021

Now let’s come to our country’s mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara who is currently on the K2 Winters expedition. Ali Sadpara needs no introduction as he has already climbed eight mountains at an altitude of 8,000 meters and his fame is due to his first summit of Nanga Parbat in winter and without any Following the footprints of his team without luggage and safety, he summed up the mushroom when his British comrades left him at Camp 9 asleep, thinking that Ali Sadpara was a minor porter. In addition, Ali Sadpara has been part of numerous rescue operations and is currently helpless in front of a huge mountain like K2 and has been missing in the K2’s death zone for the last 45 hours. Nepali Sherpas also refused to go to their rescue operations in this winter storm.

This year in January and February 2021 the largest ever a number of mountaineers are attempting to climb K2 and Broad Peak during winter. The renowned mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his son are also part of the winter expeditions. Muhammad Ali Sadpara has been missing after summiting K2 in winter without oxygen. Renowned Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara along with two other climbers John Snorri from Iceland and JP Mohr from Chile is reported to be missing during their winter ascent on K2 and contact with the 3 member expedition has not been established since Friday 5th Feb 2021. A rescue operation in search of the mountaineers has been launched. Pak Army helicopters are searching for them but the weather conditions are still bad there.

Sajid Ali Sadpara

Sajid Ali Sadpara son of the renowned Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara return back to camp 3 from bottleneck due to a problem with his oxygen bottle. he comes back safely to Skardu on 7th February 2021. He has spent around 20 hours at almost 7000 meters.

How we can feel the anguish of Sajid Sadpara’s last night of how this twenty-one-year-old man must have spent his life waiting for his father on an icy mountain and finally left his father alone in a state of despair. ۔ How could Sajid have walked out of the camp all night in the cold without any contact and saw the way back to his father that some people would return from somewhere or lights would be visible from the top in the distance. If all was well, they should have come to Camp 3 the night before. Ali Sadpara, who has crossed the bottleneck, but returning from there is a very difficult task where about 35 to 50 climbers have lost their lives. And the impossible this season.

Sajid must have come down from this mountain with a heavy load, leaving his father missing, beside his passion it was the fire in his stomach that brought him here.

Ali Sadpara You once said that

“even if I get lost in the mountains one day, don’t worry, I can spend a few days building an ice house”.

Missing climbers Ali Sadpara, John Snorri, and Juan Pablo Mohr have officially been declared dead in a press conference attended by the families of the climbers in Skardu. Gilgit-Baltistan Toursim Minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan and Ali Sadpara’s son, Sajid Sadpara were also present at the briefing.

Rest in eternal peace to the legendary mountaineers Muhammad Ali Sadpara (Pakistan), John Snorri (Iceland), and Juan Pablo (Chile). Finally, today on 18 February 2021 famous mountainer and son of Ali Sadpara in a press conference confirmed the death of his father Ali Sadpara.

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