Muhammad Ali Sadpara the “The Hero Of Mountains” is a person of affection, care, and utmost mountain ardour. He has proven to be the Nationwide Hero with his immense recognition and Accomplishments. Furthermore, Ali Sadpara has a record of ascending eight highest peaks of the world and hoisting Pakistan flag. Pakistan is home to five 8,000m peaks, including K2, Nanga Parbat, Broad Peak and Gasherbrum I and II, remaining are located in Nepal and China. However, Sadpara celebrated his 45th birthday at K2 Base Camp on February 2 before he started the summit bid.
Furthermore, Muhammad Ali Sadpara was born on February 2nd, 1976; missing since 5 February 2021 is a Pakistani Mountaineer. In 2016 he was a part of the team that successfully secured summit on Nanga Parbat. Moreover in Accordance with that his teammates Alex Txikon and Simone Moro, have gone on record stating that they could not have done it without Sadpara’s Expertise. Moreover he had victoriously climbed four eight-thousanders in a calendar year and a total of eight in his career.
Ali Sadpara was born in a village near Skardu city, in the northern areas of Pakistan. He was the youngest of all in eleven children, eight of them didn’t survive childhood. Furthermore, Sadpara married his wife Fatima at the age of 19 and had his first son Sajid, soon after. Moreover, at the start of his career, he was a high altitude porter assisting in mountain climbing expedition, his passion for mountains led him to become a successful mountaineer.
Muhammad Ali Sadpara – The Achievements
Muhammad Ali Sadpara climbed his first 8,000m peak, GasherbrumII. Ali mentioned that he didn’t have correct climbing gear at that time and yet managed to efficiently complete the climb. Moreover Ali shared his point of view in an interview stating “I didn’t have the right boots, didn’t have a down jacket, let alone a down suit to protect me from the harsh cold. I had some second-hand climbing gear which I bought from the market in Skardu and repaired. But I still managed to climb and come back safely.” Consequently New Doorways were opened for him to many different summits after his first 8000m climb.
The summits coated by Ali Sadpara include,
- Gasherbrum II – Pakistan (2006)
- Spantik Peak – Pakistan (2006)
- Nanga Parbat – Pakistan (2008)
- Gasherbrum I – Pakistan (2010)
- Nanga Parbat First Winter Ascent – Pakistan (2016)
- Broad Peak – Pakistan (2017)
- Nanga Parbat First Autumn Ascent – Pakistan (2017)
- Pumori Peak First Winter Ascent – Nepal (2017)
- K2 – Pakistan (2018)
- Lhotse – Nepal (2019)
- Makalu – Nepal (2019)
- Manaslu – Nepal (2019)
Muhammad Ali Sadpara – The Disappearance
Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his son Sajid Sadpara Joined Forces with the two mountaineers – John Snorri (Iceland) and Juan Pablo Mohr (Chile) for a K2 climb. Sajid faced some technical issues, due to which he had to return leaving others at the bottleneck, very near the height. Furthermore, Ali alongside the opposite two mountaineers continued in the direction of the height planning to make a return by the night time on February 4th 2021.
Consequently, the three mountaineers didn’t return. The rescue mission with two military helicopters was organized on February 6th which however remained unsuccessful. However, according to many specialists, it’s not possible for somebody to have the potential to outlive at such a peak at an especially low temperature of -48-degrees.