K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021: John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara

K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021: John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara

Three men on a mission "K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021":  John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara."The Mission Is On"

K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021

A three-men group has started its campaign to summit the world's second-highest mountain (elevated pinnacle), K2 (8,611m). The climbers/mountaineers are John Snorri, 47, from Iceland, Mohammad Ali Sadpara, 44, from Gilgit-Baltistan, and his eldest son, Sajid Ali Sadpara, 21.

K2 has never been scaled/summitted in any winter expedition.

As indicated by the expedition/campaign authorities, neighborhood watchmen, a cook, and a guide went with the group, which left Skardu for K2 base on Dec 1.

 

They arrived at Goro 2 on Thursday and are required to make it to the K2 base camp on Sunday. The awful climate brought about by snowfall hindered the endeavor.

Asghar Ali Porik of the visit organization, which coordinated the undertaking, disclosed to Dawn that all hardware needed for the mission had been moved to the K2 headquarters.

 He said the climbers would stay at the base camp prior to fixing ropes one week from now and starting to climb the top on Dec 8. The group proposed to arrive at K2 top by Dec 30.

John Snorri

  • Age: 47
  • Country: Iceland
K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021:  John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara


John Snorri 47 from Iceland, scaled the Lhotse top in Nepal, K2, and Broad Peak in Pakistan in the late spring 2017, and in fall 2019 he arrived at Manaslu top in Nepal.

The previous winter, John Snorri had arrived at Camp 2 of K2 at 6,600 meters before his group had deserted the undertaking.

Muhammad Ali Sadpara

Mohammad Ali Sadpara  had scaled/climbed every one of the five 8,000 meters high tops in Pakistan, including K2 (8,611m), Gasherbrum-I (8,080m), Gasherbrum-II (8,034m), Nanga Parbat (8,126m) and Broad Peak (8,051m). Mohammad Ali Sadpara is the first mountaineer to summit Nanga Parbat in the winter season. He has likewise climbed 8,516 meters Lhotse top, situated on the boundary between Tibet district of China and Nepal, and 8,485 meters Makalu top and 8,156 meters Manaslu in Nepal and 8,516 meters Lhotse top in Nepal without packaged oxygen(oxygen gadget), while his son, Sajid Ali Sadpara.

K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021:  John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara


Allow us to meet the man from a little town named Sadpara, close to Skardu in GB who is carrying these brilliant trees to Pakistan. For the absence of preparing schools for mountaineering, Ali Sadpara had no other alternative except to begin as a porter. From 1995 to 2003, he worked first as a low-and afterward high-altitude porter. One can say 'nothing better than hands-on preparing' yet remember, a porter can just go as high as the endeavor permits, he can be inside 50m of the culmination, yet can't push for the peak except if allowed by the campaign chief. Envision, to go through long periods of your pinnacle state of being conveying others' stuff and hanging tight for that slippery gesture from the business to go for the heights.

The uniqueness of an accomplishment or the challenges looked at in its accomplishment are simpler to clarify through analogies; along these lines, here is a cricketing similarity for a man who ascends mountains. The record of hitting sixers on six sequential conveyances in five-star cricket was made by Sir Garfield Sobers. It was later equaled by Ravi Shastri. A serious accomplishment, eh? Presently envision sixers on each conveyance for two successive overs. It has not occurred at this point. What about sixers on each conveyance for the whole innings or 10 wickets falling in 10 successive conveyances; 'conceivable, yet never liable to occur', is the manner by which the vast majority would respond to such a suggestion. This is the manner by which extraordinary summiting Nanga Parbat, the 'executioner mountain', is in winter. Muhammad Ali Sadpara did it in 2016 without precedent for written history. He was joined by Alex Txikon, a Spaniard, and Simone Moro from Italy. He is set to accomplish another first in the written history of humanity — rising K2 in winter this year. The 44-year-old mountain climber will be joined by his son Sajid Ali, 22, and John Snorri, 47, from Iceland.

Sajid Ali Sadpara

Sajid Ali Sadpara scaled K2 in the late spring season in 2019, with his dad Mohammad Ali Sadpara as the most youthful Pakistani climber.

K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021:  John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara


Other than John Snorri and the team another group consisting of around 54 climbers from three worldwide campaign groups from different nations will endeavor to rise K2 this winter season under Dawa's leadership.

Latest Updates of K2 Winter expedition 2021-2021

On 3rd Jan 2021, John Snorri updated the status on his official Instagram account
"After a difficult ascend me, Ali Sadpara and Sajid Sadpara arrived in camp 2 for night stay. Tomorrow we will check the weather conditions and decide what to do next"

K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021:  John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara


K2 Winter Expedition 2020-2021:  John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, And Sajid Ali Sadpara




At last, we wish the very best of luck for their success, our prayers are always with you and we hope sooner we will get the good news of successfully scaling K2 in winter.

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