Uzma Yousaf wrote her name in the record books as she became first Pakistani Women to scale 7,027 meters high Spantik peak in the Spantik-sosbun mountains sub-range of Karakoram in Nagar Valley of Gilgit-Baltistan.

Uzma’s high altitude team included Wajid Ullah Nagri, Asghar Hussain and Yaseen.

Also known as golden peak, Spantik has gained significant popularity amongst expedition climbers recently.

The 43-year old, who started her climbing career by scaling 6050-meter mingling Sar in October last year and 5098 meter rush peak in February this year, said that it took her team 31 days to complete the voyage.

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