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Shimshal Gojal: 8-year-old boy summits 6050m high peak

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Muhammad Mohsin, a 8-year-old boy, from Shimshal Valley has bagged the record of climbing 6050 meters high peak of Minglik at Shimshal Valley. Mohsin is the grandson of famous mountaineer Rajab Ali, who has climbed five peaks above 8000m. Mohsin is the youngest person internationally to acclaim this record.


This young achiever belongs to Shimshal,  Gojal Hunza. Shimshal has always been a center of attraction for expeditions  and is the village of Samina Baig, the first Pakistani women to climb Mount Everest.


During this winter expedition, Muhammad Mohsin was accompanied by his father Fazal Ali and two others, namely Rehmat Nazar and Khusdil.

Mohsin said he wants to deliver a message of peace through his achievement and desires to work for special children in the future.


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