Selena Khawaja, a 10-year-old Pakistani young girl, has turned into the most youthful climber anyplace on the planet to scale a 7,000-meter-high mountain.
Selena Khawaja broke the record in the wake of summiting the 7,027-meter-tall Spantik top on Wednesday—the most youthful individual to do as such. Spantik or Golden Peak is a mountain in the Karakoram Mountain Range in Gilgit Baltistan’s Nagar Valley.
As per her dad Yousaf Khawaja, Selena began climbing when she was just eight years of age. “In under one year, she had the option to do Miranjani (3,000m) round outing in a fraction of the time,” the dad told columnists in March a year ago.
Selena was only nine years of age when she turned into the most youthful to scale the 5,765m high Quz Sar Peak, and after that effectively summited Mingli Sar (6050m) on June 2018, preceding heading towards Spantik this year.
Be that as it may, anything is possible for youthful Selena, who means to fly significantly higher than 7,000 meters in the not so distant future. The little climber has focused on scaling Broad Peak (8,051 meters), the world’s twelfth most elevated mountain, before she goes to overcome the 8,848-meter-high Mount Everest, the world’s tallest, in the near future.